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    LeCoultre Unusual Gold Button Set Date Wristwatch, circa 1950
    Case: 14k yellow gold, two piece, heavy hooded lugs, 35 x 27 mm
    Dial: two piece, center rotating date disc that changes by a button on the crown, gold hour markers and batons
    Movement: caliber 810/AW, manual wind, 17 jewels
    Band: lizard
    Signed: triple signed LeCoultre

    Condition Report*: Type: LeCoultre Unusual Gold Button Set Date Wristwatch
    Dial: silver, tapered gold markers
    Hands; gold batons
    Metal: 14k yellow gold
    Case Info: two body, heavy hooded lugs
    Case Length: 35 mm
    Case Width: 27 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: 810/AW, 17 jewels, manual wind
    Band: lizard
    Circa: 1950
    Condition: movement is good, cleaning is recommended, dial with some minor discoloration, case okay with some nicks on the lugs, crystal is scuffed
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    18th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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