I took a chance on a dodgy photo and the briefest of descriptions on this LOV from Hubert Lambert et fils of Villers-le-Lac:
It arrived this morning and after a couple of hours cleaning and polishing this is the result:
The back of the lugs have some tarnishing, as does the area aound the back, but the face is clean and tidy. The crown has "brassed" a little with wear, but on the wrist it looks more than acceptable.
It has just a basic press on back, with a logo inside that I don't recognise
Inside is a Cupillard 233 10.5''' 1st generation 15 jewel, so no surprises there.
This early version of the 233 was known as the tractor engine, (moteur de tracteur), due to its sturdy nature and reliability.
So far, it's been running strongly for the last 6 hours, but more time will tell.
The movement tends to date it to the 1950's, and as later 1960's LOV's used more modern variants like the 233-60, this is probably about right for age.
For more history and information on LOV, see here: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f11/sma...ir-684749.html