Jaeger Le Coultre legit check

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    Jaeger Le Coultre legit check

    Hi all,

    my first post. Hopefully one of many.

    Please can I get a legit check on this Jaeger. Feeling is that its dodgy??

    thanks.



    Last edited by deano65; January 30th, 2012 at 13:28. Reason: text

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    Re: Jaeger Le Coultre legit check

    I would go with "Fake" party here.
    The finish on the movement leaves a LOT to be desired.
    Especially the part where gears are missing. Looks like the movement has been hastly rigged in which is NOT JLC style.
    (looks like the movement was Automatic movement but the "auto" part is now removed to make it manual wind movement. IF it was real JLC, they would have just used one of their manual wind movement instead)
    Also the sawtooth like finish at the edges of the movement is rather a hallmark of Chinese style "Cote-des-Geneve" stripe pattern which adds to suspicion.
    Last edited by hpark21; January 30th, 2012 at 14:35.
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    Re: Jaeger Le Coultre legit check

    Quote Originally Posted by hpark21 View Post
    I would go with "Fake" party here.
    The finish on the movement leaves a LOT to be desired.
    Especially the part where gears are missing. Looks like the movement has been hastly rigged in which is NOT JLC style.
    (looks like the movement was Automatic movement but the "auto" part is now removed to make it manual wind movement. IF it was real JLC, they would have just used one of their manual wind movement instead)
    Also the sawtooth like finish at the edges of the movement is rather a hallmark of Chinese style "Cote-des-Geneve" stripe pattern which adds to suspicion.
    just as I thought.

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