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as already said is a caliber of H. Parrenin. Lecoultre has a similar caliber but has never used a click-spring in that position.
this click-spring was patented by Parrenin
Hi, I found this thread regarding LeCoultre and hoped someone may be able to identify my grandfathers pocket watch as we've been told it may be a LeCoultre Ebauche... It's stamped 18k Gold but doesn't seem to have any recognisable hallmark / logo. It does have what appears to be a cross with sun rays surrounding it but after doing some research I couldn't find this logo anywhere online. It's such a beautiful watch, any help on identification would be much appreciated. Kind regards, Andrew.
Welcome to Watchuseek. I'm afraid we won't be able to help you much without a picture. The only such logo which I can find in Mikrolisk (www.mikrolisk.de) is associated with Louis Macquat but they apparently only made hands for watches. On the whole, piccies are worth a thousand words.
Hi, I do have images of the watch... but unfortunately it won't let me post any images or links as I don't have enough posts yet. Not sure if there's a way around this? There is what looks to be a serial number on there which is 201035.
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