Jaeger LeCoultre Master Calendar Moon
For Alfred Dunhill, London
This is a beautifully styled and crafted watch by this contemporary design collaboration between two of the most desirable and recognisable luxury goods brands. The watch is a timeless statement and will give the owner many years of service, pleasure and enjoyment.
The watch has a substantial stainless steel case coated in ultra-stylish and hard-wearing black PVD, fully signed sapphire glass inset exhibition case back displaying the movement.
With a delicately diamond patterned guilloche dial signed ‘A. Dunhill Ltd London’ heightened with Rhodium plated hour markers, clear outer concentric date indication, finely framed calendar windows for the day of the week and month. The subsidiary seconds dial with inset sector displaying the phases of the moon and fine rhodium hands.
Beautifully finished Jaeger LeCoultre calibre 924 automatic movement with fine engine turning and polishing as one would expect, 34 jewels and a free sprung balance. Free sprung balances are used on ships chronometers as there is less timekeeping errors than traditional regulation using curb pins on the balance spring.
Model Reference: CH079
Movement: JLC calibre 924
Strap: Matt leather, generic
Case width excluding crown: 40 mm.
Case width including crown: 42.6 mm.
Case length: 47 mm.
Strap width: 20 mm.
The case is in excellent and original condition with only very light general usage marks that one can expect from general wear. There are no marks or scratches to either front or rear glasses and they appear to be original. The crown is also original ad in good condition.
The dial is excellent with no marks or damages, as are the hands.
The movement functions well and as it should, showing a good amplitude and timekeeping. The auto work runs and winds smoothly.
The strap has been replaced but with a good quality matt leather strap with a good buckle.
This is an excellent watch and a very stylish and contemporary version of the Jaeger LeCoultre Master Calendar with moon.
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