14 carat solid gold gentlemans' manual wristwatch manufactured by Jaeger LeCoultre in the late 1960's, in original un-restored condition. This watch is in excellent overall condition and it runs perfectly and keeps time. The watch is quadruple signed, on the dial, case, crown and movement. It has been fitted with a good quality strap so this fabulous watch is ready to wear.
Case: 14 carat solid gold with a gorgeous Florentine bezel, in very good condition, measuring approximately 33 mm across, excluding the signed crown and 35 mm from lug to lug. The inside of the case is signed "LeCoultre" and is hallmarked as 14 carat solid gold on the outside . The case shows the inevitable light signs of careful and probably infrequent use over the years but absolutely no signs of abuse, dents or scratches of any significance that I could see to draw to your attention. There is a personal engraving on the rear cover.
Dial: original factory satin silver finish in exceptional condition with hours marked by applied gold batons. The dial is signed "LeCoultre" and bears the Jaeger LeCoultre emblem in applied gold. The hands are in very good shape and the crystal is clean and clear.
Movement: LeCoultre 17 jewel movement running strongly and keeping time. Please note that I have been unable to remove the cover to photograph the movement as it requires a special tool that I do not have. However my watchmaker has opened the case when he checked it over for me so I can confirm that it houses the correct signed movement.
Strap: fitted with a good quality "generic stitched and lightly padded brown leather lizard grain strap which attached to the watch measures approximately 209 mm from buckle tip to last hole.