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Jaeger Le Coultre 111.1.09 Yellow Gold 33mm Quartz
Circa 1980
Service Papers

Serviced by Jaeger Le Coultre in September 2020: An excellent condition pre-owned yellow gold 33mm case size quartz movement gentleman's Jaeger Le Coultre (111.1.09) dress watch featuring a white dial housing black Roman numeral hour markers surrounded by a polished finish yellow gold bezel on a brand new black leather hirsch strap with a yellow plated JLC pin buckle. This stunning dress watch comes complete with its JLC box and JLC service paperwork, dated: 18th September 2020.

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Jaeger Le Coultre Reverso 240.2.14 8 Day
Circa 2008
Service Papers

Serviced by JLC in September 2020: An excellent condition pre-owned rose gold 46mm X 29mm case size mechanical hand wound 8 day movement gentleman's Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso (220.2.14) featuring a silver dial with black Arabic numerals and a seconds sub-dial at 5 O'clock, the reverse side has a power reserve indicator to show how many days power the watch has. This particular watch comes on a brown JLC Crocodile strap with rose gold JLC deployment clasp, it is complete with its JLC box and JLC service paperwork, dated: September 2020.

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Jaeger Le Coultre

Used Jaegar Le Coultre Watches

Jaeger-LeCoultre was founded in 1833 by Antoine LeCoultre after he invented a machine that could cut watch pinions from steel. It was this invention that induced him to set up a watchmaking workshop. The Swiss luxury watchmaker based his operation in Le Sentier, and it was from here that LeCoultre started to develop his skills as a horologist by creating top quality timepieces.

Eleven years later, he created the then most precise measuring instrument in the world, which was known as the Millionmetre. A few years after that, in 1851, LeCoultre was awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in London for his work on timepiece mechanisation and precision.

In 1903, when LeCoultre & Cie was being run by Jacques-David LeCoultre, Antoine’s grandson, he accepted a challenge from watchmaker Edmond Jaeger to create a collection of ultra-thin pocket watches. This led to an eventual collaboration between the two where all Jaeger movements, which were produced by LeCoultre, would be exclusive to Cartier, the French Jewellers. This would be for a period of fifteen years. Fast forward to 1937, in which year LeCoultre and Jaeger formed Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Jaeger-LeCoultre watches are much sought after for their quality and workmanship. Here at Mark Worthington Jewellers, we give you the option of purchasing beautiful pre-owned timepieces in superb condition. With original papers and official boxes, our pre-owned watches make the perfect gift for someone you love or a special treat for yourself. Check out our Jaeger-LeCoultre watches today.

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