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A simply stunning gentleman's Jaeger LeCoultre, gold plated jumbo size Master Quartz swiss wristwatch with a much rarer and absolutely fantastic two tone graduated dial.
With fantastic white tone baton markers and centre seconds hand, with quick change date aperture positioned at 3 o'clock, fitted to a great brown crocodile type leather band with gold plated buckle which as you can see from the photograph's really complements the watch!
Pre-owned and dating from the 1970's, but in extremely good condition. This
Jaeger is in mint condition and makes a real statement when on the wrist! The photograph's do not do this watch justice as it looks very 1970's retro but when you put it on it looks absolutely fantastic and has been worn by me on regular ocasions since we bought it. I'm sure I'll miss this beauty when it's sold but I'm also sure the new owner will love it and enjoy it as much as I have!
A Swiss made watch from the early 1970's with a legendary high-grade Jaeger LeCoultre movement. It is the "jumbo" size watch case with case back numbered 23301-51, 1386677 and 32768hz.
The dial is signed with the "JL" logo, "Jaeger LeCoultre", "Master Quartz" and "swiss made", with it's original Jaeger LeCoultre crown signed "JL".
The "Jumbo" case is approx, 40mm across including the crowns (39mm w/o crowns) and 43mm lug-to-lug.
We believe this watch to have been back to "JLC" in recent years or even months as it came to us in a "JLC" signed plastic service bag, but we have still had the watch serviced by our service dept, and can happily give it a full 12 months guarantee for your complete piece of mind.
This watch is fantastic and all is as it should be appart from it missing a genuine "JLC" braclet/band but this does not detract in anyway as hopefully you will also agree from the photograph's.
Again and as always, any PX considered!