Nr. 164. A fine and rare model Atmos clock, rosewood and chrome, Jaeger LeCoultre ca. 1942.
The movement is a Pendule Perpétuelle, a self winding atmos clock made by Jaeger LeCoultre. Jaeger LeCoultre developed the invention from J.L. Reutter by using a ethyl chloride power source. The automatic winding is created by changes in the atmosphere and variations in temperature. Numbered on the movement 8309. A rare model, case and movement original in and in a good condition. HWD 23,5x17,5x15 cm.
Price € 6.800,--.
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