• Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K
  • Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K

Magnificent Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K in perfect working condition

Brand:Jaeger Lecoultre
Model:Memovox
Year:After 1958
Material:Stainless Steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:37mm
Size - length including lugs:47mm
Condition:Perfect
Price:Sold

Magnificent Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox stainless steel with caliber 825K in perfect working condition

The first automatic alarm watch ever made. Beautiful Jaeger Lecoultre Memovox in stainless steel. The watch has an original dial with grey batons every 5 minutes. Hands are grey with indirect second hand. Luminous are good on hands. The date comes at 3 o’clock. At 12 o’clock, it indicates automatic. The case is in stainless steel with the number 912400. Inside the case comes “Acier inoxydable – Lecoultre Co. Swiss. Automatic movement with caliber K825 with number 1468779 and engraved Jaeger Lecoultre – Swiss fabrication. Both crowns have the JLC logo. It comes with a brown ostrich strap. Very collectible timepiece to add to your collection.

History

The story of Lecoultre started in 1833 with Charles Antoine LeCoultre. In 1844 he invented the “millionometre” and then in 1851, he obtained a gold medal for his work and products at the universal exhibition. In 1877, LeCoultre built movement and between 1860 and 1925, it made 60,000 with various level of complication. 1925 is the merger with Edmond Jaeger. After this time came amazing pieces like the duoplan and the smallest caliber 101. Then came the Reverso in 1931, the Memovox in 1951, the Futurematic in 1953. In july 2000, the company became part of the Richemont group.

Technical details

Automatic movement with a caliber K825 (1958) with number 1468779 and engraved Jaeger Lecoultre – Swiss fabrication. Glucydur screw balance, self compensating flat hairspring, kif-Flector shock resistance.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 37mm
Length including lugs: 47mm

Price: Sold