1960s LeCoultre Memovox Alarm (Ref. E11013)
This LeCoultre Memovox ref. E11013 is one of the most desirable alarm references produced from LeCoultre from the 1960s. The double-crown feature allows for winding and setting the time, as well as setting the alarm. The top crown sets the alarm complication of the timepiece. The alarm is crisp and noticeable which is a key feature of the cal. K911 manual wind movement.
The ref. E11013 features an excellent 37mm case, which is oversized for the 1960s era of its creation. The case sits nicely on the wrist and has a classic and timeless appearance while remaining relevant by today's wristwatch sizing standards. This piece would make a great addition to an existing collection and be a great and classic timepiece as a stand-alone piece!
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The oversized case is believed to remain unpolished featuring strong finishing and angles throughout with light signs of previous use. The case retains Jaeger-LeCoultre signed twin crowns. The case back retains its original finishing and factory markings in crisp condition. The watch comes supplied on a 2pc handmade leather strap.
The silver dial is in virtually flawless condition, showing no blemishes or signs of age. The lume dots have aged to a lovely yellow coloration and exhibit no degradation when inspected under U.V. light. The inner rotating Memovox dial is in a similar condition to the rest of the dial and the lume dot in the alarm arrow matches the dial perfectly. The original tritium hands match the dial perfectly and show no degradation under U.V. light inspection.
None. The watch is functioning and keeping time perfectly, previous service history is unknown.