Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647 with iconic caliber Valjoux 72 | Laurent Fine Watches
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72
  • Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647<br>with iconic caliber Valjoux 72

Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647 with iconic caliber Valjoux 72

Brand:Lecoultre
Model:Calculator 2647
Year:1970’s
Material:Stainless steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:38.5mm
Size - length including lugs:42mm
Condition:Very good
Box:No
Paper:No
Price:$6,295

Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647 with iconic caliber Valjoux 72

Very rare Lecoultre Calculator chronograph 2647 with round gray dial and steel batons for hours. It comes with three white sub dials for seconds, minutes and hours. The hands are in steel with baton shape and the chronograph one is red. The dial comes with an outer white ring and time marking. It is a “T Swiss T” model. Two outsides black bezels, one fix and one rotative. The watch comes with a screwed back case with engraved outside “Stainless Steel” and inside “Le Coultre Co- Swiss – 62647”. The watch comes with the iconic manual winding movement with caliber Valjoux 72. It is a rubber band and width is 19mm between lugs.
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

Manual winding movement with 60’s, 30 min, 12h, pillar wheel sub second with caliber Valjoux 72, 18,000 A/h, 17 jewels and 48 hours of power reserve. The movement was produced from 1938 to 1974.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 38.5mm
Length including lugs: 42mm

Price: $6,295