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Help Me With This LeCoultre Automatic?


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I inherited this old Le Coultre a handful of years ago- no real sentimental value (it was my grandma's third husband's, ha) but it is cool looking. All I really know is that it's a bumper and has a seemingly gold-plated case. That being said, I cannot seem to find any similar watches online. I also can't find a sense of whether it has much value, or if it has radium on the face (I try to avoid lots-o-radium when I can). 

ANY help would be hugely appreciated. 

https://imgur.com/a/B6Skv1o

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54 minutes ago, RCViking44 said:

I inherited this old Le Coultre a handful of years ago- no real sentimental value (it was my grandma's third husband's, ha) but it is cool looking. All I really know is that it's a bumper and has a seemingly gold-plated case. That being said, I cannot seem to find any similar watches online. I also can't find a sense of whether it has much value, or if it has radium on the face (I try to avoid lots-o-radium when I can). 

ANY help would be hugely appreciated. 

https://imgur.com/a/B6Skv1o

I'm afraid your link doesn't work for me.

 

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The movement is the 17 jewel P812 (19.800 A/H ) which was produced in the 1950s . There should be a serial number on the movement close to the balance wheel , which would give the year of production . Unfortunately we are not allowed to give valuations  . I do know the P812 was highly regarded at the time and found in their 18k gold watches of the same period , and still look great today IMO . I like your watch very much , thank you for posting .

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