Where might this watch have been on the wrist of a british soldier? With a production date from 1943, our offered Jaeger-LeCoulte military watch survived the second world war.
Powered by the famous and very fine calibre 478/c this watch was the best precision tool you could get when navigating an air craft in battle.
Our offered watch comes with an extract from the JLC archives, all numbers are matching.
The case is very well preserved, the caseback shows the famous W.W.W. marking which simply stands for "Watch. Wrist. Waterproof", a code, established by the british military.
Model: Reference Military WW 2
Serial: 2847** (Case), 4115** (movement)
Movement Type: Handwound
Complications: Hour, Minute, Second
Waterproof: No (We don't recommend water contact with vintage watches)
Material-Case: Stainless Steel
Papers: Yes - Extract from the JLC archives