LeCoultre watch identification?

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Re: LeCoultre watch identification?

Postby zafbasha » Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:05 am

They won't have anything about that watch's history beyond what I told you as they have no record of what was done to USA watches. They only shipped the movements out of JLC CH, the case was made in the U.S.A. JLC CH was no records other than that of the movement.

Save your $.

Cal 480 is decent.

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Re: LeCoultre watch identification?

Postby WoundCrown » Fri Dec 18, 2020 10:17 pm

They won't have anything about that watch's history beyond what I told you as they have no record of what was done to USA watches. They only shipped the movements out of JLC CH, the case was made in the U.S.A. JLC CH was no records other than that of the movement.

Save your $.

Cal 480 is decent.
Thank you, I had no intention of paying them. It would be different if it were a very high-end piece that I was intending to "flip" but I'm not. I simply enjoy the aesthetic of it and appreciate a beautiful timepiece.
Thank you again for the information.


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