Raffles Place MRT Interchange (EW14/NS26)
*NO TRADES or PARTIAL TRADES. NEGOTIABLE. Cash/Bank transfer/FAST Transfer/Paynow. -Transaction at Hougang postal code 530401 coffeeshop, Raffles Place, Cityhall, Tanjong Pagar, Orchard. -Viewing at Hougang postal code 530401 coffeeshop only. Extremely pristine condition 51mm in diameter Brass case Painted dial, intact and unaltered Acrylic crystal JLC Calibre 467/2 Inner casing number 2XXXXX Back case stamped 6E/50, Serial number A2XXXX 📣Calling all military fans, history fans, JLC fans and horological fans 📣😉 Up for sale is an extremely rare Authentic Jaeger LeCoultre JLC RAF British Royal Air Force issued- WW2 Air Observer’s Pocket Watch in Pristine and Immaculate Condition. 51mm in diameter, full brass casing. JLC Calibre 467/2. Small seconds at 6 six o’clock position. ✅ Perfect working condition and keeping good time. ✅ unrestored, unaltered in its original state Signed Jaeger LeCoultre - on painted dial, movement Together with the pocket watch: - pristine brand new Jaeger LeCoultre watch pouch in (beige) - pristine JLC gift paper bag - microfiber cleaning cloth Be special, go vintage, esp vintage luxury timepieces that are rare (you typically don’t see such watches around often anymore) 👍🏻😊 There is a growing trend of collecting pocket watches from high-end brands, with the recent report from SJX Watches. The level of attention to detail makes the collection of luxury pocket watches a joy and a value asset enhancement strategy, especially those rare sought after pieces with historical value : http://watchesbysjx.com/2018/11/patek-philippe-observatory-tourbillon-pocket-watch-198312.html Please read: The British commissioned many watchmakers during World War 2 to make pocket watches for their soldiers, one of them being the renowned watch maison Jaeger LeCoultre. There are 2 variants of this JLC WW2 pocket watches (each with 2 colour dials - black and white) in the market: 1. Caseback stamped “G.S.T.P.” (stands for General Service Trade Pattern) which is their general procurement branch purchasing for their Army and Navy. 2. Caseback stamped “6E/50” - This white dial pocket watch is stamped 6E/50, which is separately procured by the British Air Ministry, for their Air Force, specifically for the Air Observer’s role. This variant is extremely rare and highly sought after in the market today, because so few are made and even fewer are in pristine working condition after experiencing war combat 👍🏻. The ones you see online are usually the GSTP variant (Army and Navy- no offense to bros from the 2 branches - I served in the Army too), which the vast majority are in very bad and broken condition (well, cos being carried for Chiong sua and Chiong hai does take a heavy toll on the pocket watches). They are usually badly rusted and broken, with the painted dial peeling off. An 6E/50 variant white dial is made in very few quantities, and one which has experienced World War 2 combat WITH the painted dial still intact AND the movement still working strong after 70 plus years is indeed very rare and high-value. Not reverso Polaris master compressor chronograph worldtimer master ultra thin master control moonphase perpetual calendar grande ultra thin memovox
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