• Lot 16

    Jaeger-LeCoultre. A large stainless steel automatic perpetual calendar wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, moon phases, four-digit year indication and alarm

    SIGNED JAEGER-LECOULTRE, MASTER GRAND REVEIL, NO. 084, REF. 163842A, CASE NO. 842, MANUFACTURED IN 2007

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    Jaeger-LeCoultre. A large stainless steel automatic perpetual calendar wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, moon phases, four-digit year indication and alarm
    Signed Jaeger-LeCoultre, Master Grand Reveil, No. 084, ref. 163842A, case no. 842, manufactured in 2007
    Cal. 909/1-440C nickel-finished lever movement, 36 jewels, alarm on a gong, 22K gold rim to the rotor, silvered matte dial, applied dagger numerals with luminous accents, luminous hands, two small windows for four-digit year indication at 12 o'clock, four engine-turned subsidiary dials for month, date, day, 24-hours with day and night indication and moon phases, aperture for alarm/vibrate mode display, heavy circular case, alarm mode button in the left band, alarm winding and setting crown at 2 o'clock, calendar push-piece at 8 o'clock, back secured by four screws, stainless steel Jaeger-LeCoultre deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
    43 mm. diam.


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    With Jaeger-LeCoultre Certificat de Garantie dated 23 August 2007, instruction booklet, original fitted presentation box and outer packaging.

    The Master Grand Réveil combines a perpetual calendar and a mechanical alarm, offering the user-friendly choice between ringing and vibrating mode. It furthermore features a four-digit year display and shows the moon phases in both Northern and Southern hemispheres.

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