LeCoultre Atmos Clock 528-8, Yr. 1969

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Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Clock Lives on Air. The Clock self-winds and keeps time on temperature change, perpetually spinning the pendulum. First invented in 1928 by Swiss Jean-Leon Reutter and Jaeger LeCoultre. For the past 50 years it has been the official gift of the Swiss Confederation.

Model/Caliber: 528-8

Serial #: 295685

Date of Manufacture: 07/01/1969

Country of Manufacture: Switzerland

This is a very beautiful  Atmos Clock. The case has an excellent shine and has been washed with soapy water. The glass door has those notches in the corners on purpose. This are bevelled so that the door may tilt and function. Sometimes owners think these are chips in the glass but they are made that way. The clock has been cleaned, oiled, mainspring oiled, and the bellows have been inspected for proper function.

This Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Perpetual Motion Clock will  continue to keep precise time for many decades. This is a stunning piece for any collector or Atmos enthusiast. The high quality Swiss manufacture is unparalleled. These clocks power on 1-2 degree temperature change and require no winding. This will elegantly provide extremely accurate time on any mantle or desk.

We have experienced repair and shipping of these amazing clocks. This Clock comes with new Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Box included. The package will be double boxed and wrapped with bubble wrap. We will ship world-wide. Clock will ship within 1-5 Business days, with tracking number. We prefer to insure the package, but we are flexible with buyers preferred shipping considerations.

We offer 1 year guarantee and low cost servicing for the life of the clock. However, Atmos Clocks require almost no maintenance when properly used. Clock comes with set-up instructions and our guarantee information, we include our telephone to call for any support.


Atmos Clock Set-up Instructions <-ClickHere

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 Sold $1160.00 USD + SH  

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Please do not hesitate to inquire about this clock or to make an offer!


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