Jaeger-LeCoultre was born from the partnership between Edmond Jaeger and Jacques David LeCoultre. It wasn’t until 1937 that the names Jaeger and LeCoultre appeared together for the very first time on the same dial.
This being said, the chronograph presented here is signed “Jaeger.” A diameter at 35mm, a large size for the time, assures a very nice presence on the wrist. Sword hands offer excellent readability and offer a military spirit to the ensemble.
The chronograph “column wheel” caliber 285 offers an extremely soft, fluid and even enjoyable activation of the pushers. Extremely rare, the watch is in excellent condition and accompanied by its original bracelet and buckle by Jaeger.
This watch is absolutely stunning on and off the wrist
Would make an exceptional gift !
Period: Circa 1930/1940
Diameter: 35 mm
No box, no papers
Strap: handmade German leather strap plus Original Jaeger Ostrich Leather strap
Good timekeeping although no guarantees due to age of watch.
All chronograph functions work well
- Manual winding
- Case material
- Chronograph wristwatch
- Shipped Insured
- Worn & in very good condition