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    is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    just wondered what is it? diameter of the movement is 40,5 mm




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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    Definetly a superb LeCoultre with a privat dial. Usually you can read the Name of the owner and it starts with the 12 (60 Minutes) but the letters are really hard to detect. Gürn... - I'm sorry

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    thx, thats what I suppossed but there is no Le Coultre logo on the movement, on the dial there is a name GUERNO ZOBRES who ever it was :)

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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    It is a LeCoultre alright. It's nothing strange, that it's unsigned. Most were unsigned, actually. After all, these were ebauches, which were supplied in a more or less raw condition to the manufacturer of the entire watch (either a factory using generic movements, or a jeweller/retailer making bespoke watches- which this one was).
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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    on the dial there is a name GUERNO ZOBRES who ever it was :)
    and to think, I thought I had a odd name!
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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    Quote Originally Posted by mkws View Post
    It is a LeCoultre alright. It's nothing strange, that it's unsigned. Most were unsigned, actually. After all, these were ebauches, which were supplied in a more or less raw condition to the manufacturer of the entire watch (either a factory using generic movements, or a jeweller/retailer making bespoke watches- which this one was).
    thank You for help, please take a look at the photos below, is this also a Le Coultre? movement is very similar, high grade, roduim plated bridges, geneve strpis + pearl pattern, chatones, diameter 43 mm,




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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    there is a logo under the dial something like G.J-J which I could not find on mikrolisk, des this mean this is a sign of some jubilee ?


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    Re: is this a Le Coultre? and what about the crazy dial ? :)

    No, the marking on the dial side was most likely left by the manufacturer of the whole watch.

    The layout is a match, the design of the keyless works is similar to the previous movement- so yes, I think it is a LeCoultre as well.
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