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The Jaeger-LeCoultre dress watch in solid gold from the 1950s and 1960s.
This month's watch you want to know is unique, not because the watch is rare, but because the LeCoultre solid gold dress watch from the 1950-1960s represents fine in-house manufacturing from a notable brand at a price most people can afford. In fact, LeCoultre (Jaeger-LeCoultre) may very well be the best movement manufacturer in history. The company surely is deserving to be regarded along side the likes of Patek and Vacheron. That said, this piece, and many others like it, are special because they have yet to be recognized in the vintage market as high-end (at least from a price standpoint), even though they are. Because of this, these watches have an average price point around $2000; about half that of a comparable Vacheron and a third of a comparable Patek. This watch is being offered for an very affordable price of $1295. You can click on the picture above for more details or to purchase this watch.
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