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From the 1950's.
This lovely Buren wrist watch, dates from the 1950's, and has a wonderful chronograph dial.
The dial is original and has not been re-painted, and even though it is starting to show its age, is still a great dial to look at.
The movement has all been serviced, and comes with a warranty. A great watch to add to any collection, or to start one off.
Maker: Buren Circa: 1950
What a wonderful watch!
A Jaeger LeCoultre "Futurematic" from the 1950's. The Futurematics are a wonderful watch, with quite a few unique features about them.
Firstly, to set the watch, you set it by sliding the crown on the back of the watch.
Furthermore, the Futurematics have a power reserve, to indicate how much power is left in the watch. This is wound by the bumper automatic movement, and this particular watch keeps perfect time.
The case is a 10ct gold filled case, and this is truly one for the collectors, as this is a very hard watch to find.
The watch has been serviced, and comes with a warranty.
Maker: Jaeger LeCoultre Circa: 1952
This watch is an early 1950's chronograph made in an 18ct case.
With a fully jewelled Swiss movement - as you can see from the other images, this watch also has the original dial in spotless condition.
Signed "Bossinger" on the dial, the case measures 34mm from left to right (not including the crown) so it makes it a great gents size watch.
One of the nicest chronographs we have seen for some time, it has been fully serviced and comes with a warranty.
MK VII (Mark 7) 1940's issue British Military watch. Very rare.
This is rare!
An original Jaeger LeCoultre wrist watch made for the British Air Ministry in 1940.
this watch was issued to the navigators of the bombers for missions flown during WWII.
this watch is called the Mark VII, which in itself is a very difficult watch to find, however of the MKVII's that were made, most used either an Omega or IWC movement.
It is a manual wind movement with rotating bezel, and locking stem at the 5 O'Clock position.
The dial is all original, and has not been re-painted, and the bezel has not been re-plated. Please note, dials can be re-painted, but we have decided to keep this as original as possible, even though the dial is showing evidence of its age.
We included other images of the movement as well as the back of the case.
AM = Air Ministry;
MKVIIA = Mark 7
6B = Flying equipment
S.S&S = Case material i.e. Stainless Steel.
The movement has all been serviced, and comes with a guarantee.
Maker: Jaeger LeCoultre