Jaeger LeCoultre

We always have a nice selection of vintage Jaeger LeCoultre wristwatches in stock and a full stock of spare parts to service and repair your vintage Jaeger LeCoultre for many years to come.

  • Jaeger LeCoultre Gelbgold
    Swiss 60's
    18ct. red gold, 35,5mm
    Price: 4350.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso
    Swiss 40's
    Stainless Steel, 39x23mm
    Price: 4350.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Rotgold
    Swiss 50's
    18ct. red gold, 36mm
    Price: 2980.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre, Swiss
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 36mm
    Price: 4950.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Rotgold
    Swiss 40's
    18ct. red gold, 35mm
    Price: 3450.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre, Swiss
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 38x22mm
    Price: 2350.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 70's
    Stainless Steel, 38x38mm
    Price: 2980.-
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Master Perpetual Platin
    Swiss 1996
    950 platinum, 37mm
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: 3650.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Wecker Rotgold
    Swiss 50's
    18ct. red gold, 35mm
    Price: 4350.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: 4000.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 70's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: 3980.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Chronograph Edelstahl
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 35mm
    Price: 5850.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Edelstahl
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: sold
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Edelstahl
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 36x23mm
    Price: 1980.-
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Edelstahl
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: 3250.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Stahl eckig
    Swiss 50's
    Stainless Steel, 40x22mm
    Price: 2480.-
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Stahl
    Swiss 40's
    Stainless Steel, 39x23mm
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Kalender Gelbgold
    Swiss 50's
    18ct. Yellowgold, 36mm
    Price: on hold
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl ungetragen-NOS!!
    Swiss 1970
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: sold
  • LeCoultre Wecker Gelbgold
    Swiss 60's
    14ct. yellow gold, 36mm
    Price: 4950.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Stahl
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 38x45mm
    Price: 3250.-
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Polaris II
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 42mm
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    LeCoultre Grashopper
    Swiss 1952
    10ct.Goldfilled, 39x27mm
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Wecker
    Swiss 60's
    Stainless Steel, 37mm
    Price: 3500.-
  • Jaeger LeCoultre Futurematic Gold
    Swiss 50's
    18ct. Yellowgold, 37mm
    Price: 4950.-
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox Gold
    Swiss 60's
    18ct. Yellowgold, 37mm
  • Jaeger LeCoultre
    Switzerland 50's
    3 body stainless steel case, ø 33 mm
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    Jaeger LeCoultre Etrier
    Swiss 70's
    Stainless Steel, 43x28mm
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The eventful history of LeCoultre began in 1833 when it was founded by the brothers Charles-Antoine and François-Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux, canton of Vaud. At the 1851 World Fair in London, LeCoultre presented its products including pocket chronometers, sprockets, wheels, blanks and tools, and the jury awarded him a gold medal for its developments in the fields of precision and mechanization.1866 LeCoultre & Cie started to manufacture watches minor complications and from the mid-1890s to make major complications - you have to admit that there is almost no complication that was not mastered by the company LeCoultre - such as Alarm clocks, calendars, tourbillons, chronographs etc.

In 1925 LeCoultre merged with the Alsatian watch manufacturer Jaeger, which among other things. the French navy and Cartier among his customers counted. Together they developed u.a. in 1926 the Duoplan and in 1929 the smallest wristwatch ever built. In 1931 the until today successful model Reverso was presented and in 1951 the first Memovox alarm clock. In 1953, the Futurematic was presented with power reserve indicator and automatic lift.

In 1978, the German speedometer manufacturer VDO acquired the majority of the shares in Jaeger LeCoultre