Sell your Jaeger Lecoultre Clock

Jaeger Lecoultre is one of the renowned swiss watch and clock maker in the world with a rich history that dates back to the first half of the nineteenth century. It has many inventions to its name including the worlds smallest calibre and a timepiece of near-perpetual movement.

Jaeger Lecoultre is also famous for clocks. One of the most common and popular is the Atmos clock, which does not need to be wound manually. It gets the energy it needs to run from temperature and atmospheric pressure changes in the environment, and can run for years without human intervention. 

Not many people purchase clocks in this day and age but we still Love them and happy to make a fair offer. If you have a Jaeger Lecoultre clock or inherited one, please contact via the contact form, email or phone and send us the images of your clock. We provide a no obligation estimate of your clock and are able to make an offer same day.

Here are some of the Jaeger Lecoultre Clocks

JAEGER-LECOULTRE  PRESENTATION TABLE CLOCK  8-day going table clock with visible movement and partial world map with longitudes and latitudes.


JAEGER-LECOULTRE ATMOS. Made in the 1970s. Fine, rectangular, gilt brass mantel clock wound by barometric pressure changes.


JAEGER LECOULTRE ZODIAC Ref. 335. Fine, Perspex and gilt brass, 8-day going desk clock with visible movement.


JAEGER LECOULTRE CLOCK  Ref. 175. Art Deco glass, marble and stainless steel 8-day going mantel clock.


JAEGER-LECOULTRE ATMOS CLOCK. Made in the 1970s. Fine, rectangular, gilt brass and glass Atmos clock wound by barometric pressure changes. Dial, case and movement signed.


JAEGER WORLD CLOCK. small, glass, chrome and leather, 8-day going Art Deco table clock with electric illuminated globe.


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