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Vintage 1940. Doesn't run. Numbers on back of case
It might be worth having the back of the watch removed to see if there is anything engraved on the movement.
You might find that cleaning the watch gets is going, although the advice of the watch repairer should be asked for on this, as it might be very worn and in need of new parts which are unlikely to be available.
If it works and there is information on the movement, you might be able to get some information on the watch from the maker. Visit their web site (www.jaeger-lecoultre.com/) and make an inquiry, giving them all the information that you have.
An interesting problem!
on Jan 24, 2010
sadly this is one of the hardest watch repairs so the problem is in two parts part one is it even possible to repair the break depends on where the break actually is and 2 the tougher part is finding a jewler that is any kind of craftsman most jewelers today are just salesmen not jewlers at all so the first step is finding an old world jewler good luch and I hope it can be saved!
on May 19, 2019
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