12 May 2008
Jaeger-LeCoultre. An 18K white gold self-winding dual time wristwatch with sweep centre seconds, date, power reserve and world time display
Signed Jaeger-LeCoultre, no. 690, Automatique, Master Control Geographic model, ref. 142.3.92, movement no. 5'202'456, circa 1995
Cal. 929/3 nickel-finished lever movement, 38 jewels, 22K gold rim to the rotor, glazed dust cover secured by four screws, the grey matte dial with applied dagger numerals on recessed chapter ring, luminous two-tone silvered dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds, aperture for the power reserve, two subsidiary dials indicating day and second time zone time combined with diurnal and nocturnal indication, aperture with revolving indication of various locations in the world, in circular case with downturned lugs, hinged back, two crowns in the band, 18K white gold Jaeger-LeCoultre deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Jaeger-LeCoultre blank Guarantee, instruction booklet, blue leather presentation box and outer packaging.
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