One type of movement which is often overlooked or forgotten when you talk about the Jaeger-LeCoultre history and heritage is
Previously I have been reporting about Jaeger-LeCoultre and the U.S. market, how the reference system differs from the Swiss reference
Any real Jaeger-LeCoultre collector knows the references 3160 and 3161 – the Memovox International and the Memovox Parking from the
Let’s have a look at another Girard-Perregaux Alarm, this time the reference 7742. The Girard-Perregaux 7742 Alarm was released in
A lot of questions I receive are regarding signed or not signed crowns and the JL logo. To tell the
Today on the wooden beam I like to share my Omega 2914-4 Railmaster. Based on the movement number, from 1960.
When it comes to the Memovox, I think the most classic of them all is the Jaeger-LeCoultre reference E 855
I have previously showed you my Calibre 135 non-Chronometer and my Calibre 135 dual-signed Zenith Favre-Lebua Chronometer… So let’s continue