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18 carat gold vintage triple date Jaeger LeCoultre watch from the 1940's

Jaeger LeCoultre are known the world over as producers of some of the finest watches in the world, and here is a very elegant and stylish vintage Jaeger LeCoultre triple date watch that not only has such a beautiful dial to admire, but those gorgeous tear-drop shaped lugs that are so iconic of the period.

Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the 1940's, the dial is so elegant with the combination of numerals and index markers, as well as of course the day, date and month and finally the sub-seconds at the bottom. The dial has achieved such a wonderful patina to it that looks so good on the wrist and this is certainly one very special and elegant watch.

Measuring 35mm across plus the crown, on the side above and below the crown, it has two very discreet pushers with the lower one used to change the date, and the upper one to change the month, with the day being set by changing the time.

Inside the watch is powered by the beautiful Jaeger LeCoultre calibre 484/A movement that keeps perfect time and comes with our twelve month warranty.

So elegant and stylish, this vintage Jaeger LeCoultre ticks all the right boxes for a vintage watch.


Stock# W1799cc

Maker: Jaeger LeCoultre

Circa: 1945



18 carat gold vintage triple date Jaeger LeCoultre watch from the 1940's

This vintage triple date Jaeger LeCoultre watch is fitted with the seventeen jewelled manual wind Jaeger LeCoultre calibre 484/A. With a power reserve of forty hours, it is a beautiful in-house made movement that keeps excellent time.

A brief history on Jaeger LeCoultre:

Founded in 1833 in Le Sentier, Switzerland by Antoine LeCoultre in 1833, Jaeger LeCoultre has literally designed and manufactured hundreds of inventions and over a thousand calibres. These include inventions and innovations such as the calibre 145 which is the world's smallest calibre that was designed in 1907, the Jaeger LeCoultre back wind Futurematic and Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox. They also invented the Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos which gets its power from temperature and atmospheric changes, and the iconic Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso in 1931 and much earlier the keyless watch in 1847.

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