Mechanical - calibre 528 - number 199984 - in very good condition
A very beautiful, well-running Jaeger lecoultre atmos clock from the year 1965.
number 199984. This clock is a miracle of technique and runs on temperature differences.
The measurements are 24 cm high, 19 cm wide and 14 cm deep.
Will be shipped by registered post.
Pick-up in Brabant (Netherlands) is preferred.
In 1928, the Swiss engineer Jean-Léon Reutter invented the Atmos clock. The first designs functioned using the expansion of mercury. In 1936, Jaeger-LeCoultre decided to buy the design from TV and immediately patented it. Since then, Jaeger-LeCoultre has produced the Atmos clock in series. Later officially renamed Jaeger-LeCoultre.
The Atmos clock is extremely economical and runs for 48 hours on a temperature difference of just one degree Celsius. The temperature differences of one day provide enough energy for a month. According to LeCoultre, the clock has a lifespan of 600 years.
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