Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market – Happy 4th of July

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As you may have noticed I have been focusing a lot of my reports on the topic “Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market”.

This have given me a lot of new friends “over there”…

This is for all friends in the U.S. – Happy 4th of July!

I will continue reporting about Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market history…

As it is a “detective” job to find and put facts in context, each report takes some time to write… While waiting for the next report – here is a list of my findings so far:

Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market, part 1: The relationship between Jaeger-LeCoultre, Vacheron & Constantin, Longines and Wittnauer in the U.S. market

Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market, part 2: Boxes and accessories

Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market, part 3: LeCoultre watches

Special watches – the Mercury 7 Quartermaster: John Glenn and the astronauts of the Mercury 7

Special watches – the Mercury 7 Followup Report: One more of the Mercury 7 watches surfaces

Special watches – the World Wide Watch: WorldTimer watch

The Master Mariner Line: The birth of the Master line

Special watches – the LeCoultre Sultan: His watch – Sultan

Special Special watches – quick followup, the LeCoultre Sultana: Hers watch – Sultana

Special watches – the LeCoultre Baron: The Baron and Baroness

Special watches – Sir Warren and Lady Mignonette: His and Hers watches

Stay tuned, more to come…