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1950s Jaeger-LeCoultre Powermatic Cal. 481

Released in 1948, Jaeger-LeCoultre launched the Powermatic cal. 481 and it was the first wristwatch with a power reserve indicator, featuring 17 Jewels, 18000 A/h and 40 hours power reserve.

Notable for its complex faceted spider lugs named after the resemblance of the silhouette of an arachnid, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Powermatic was offered in a wide array of configurations.

The present example dated early 1950s is preserved in excellent condition. Offered in attractive condition and patina which propels its vintage appeal, this wristwatch is a fantastic opportunity for collectors to own a vintage icon.

Manifacturer - Jaeger-LeCoultre
Years - early 1950s

Movement – Jaeger-LeCoultre 481, Bumper Automatic
Model Name – Powermatic
Reference – N/A
Material - 18Kt gold case
Bracelet/Strap - Generic leather strap
Clasp/Buckle - Generic metal buckle
Dimensions - 33mm x 42mm
Signed - Dial, Movement