17 October 2007
JAEGER-LECOULTRE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC DUAL TIME WRISTWATCH WITH CENTER SECONDS, DATE, POWER RESERVE AND WORLD TIME
SIGNED JAEGER-LECOULTRE, "MASTER CONTROL-1000 HOURS GEOGRAPHIQUE", NO. 0634, REF. 142.3.92, CIRCA 2000
With nickel-finished lever movement, 38 jewels, glucydur balance, adjusted to 6 positions, grey matte dial with applied dagger numerals, large sector revealing the names of various cities of the world, each one representing its own individual time zone advanced by the crown at 10 o'clock, two subsidiary dials indicating second time zone combined with day/night indicator and date, fan-form sector for power reserve indication, circular water-resistant-type case, the hinged back revealing the sapphire crystal display secured by four screws, case, dial and movement signed, with an 18k white gold Jaeger-LeCoultre deployant clasp
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