1954 Jaeger Lecoultre "Tir Federal Lausanne" with 37mm Stainless Steel

Manufacturer Jaeger LeCoultre
Model "Tir Federal 1954 Lausanne"
Year of Manufacture 1954
Reference no. ---
Product no. A-6777

¥528,000 (with tax)

¥480,000 (without tax)

This is a description of a rare vintage watch manufactured in 1954 by Jaeger-LeCoultre, featuring the esteemed Caliber P478/C. It's an oversized model in stainless steel measuring 37mm. It's known as the "Tir Federal Lausanne" model, believed to have been gifted to winners of a shooting competition held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1954. The dial design is innovative, inspired by shooting, and the rare oversized 37mm case adds to its distinctive presence among Jaeger-LeCoultre's varied offerings. Its vintage appeal is enhanced by the charming patina developed over time. It houses the renowned Caliber P478/C, also used in the masterpiece Geophysic, as its base movement.
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Item details

Serial no. 583,***
Caliber P478/C
Movement no. 941,***
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainless Steel
Case size 37mm
Case type Snap-back,Non Waterproof
Dial Original
Type of Indices Applied
Belt Non-original (Lug width: 18mm)
Evaluation case 92%
Evaluation dial 92%
Evaluation mov 93%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 5

Other details

Case: There are some minor scratches and age-related changes, but the original shape and volume are well preserved.

Dial: The dial is well maintained despite its age, and the prints and two-tone colors remain clear and tasteful.

Movement: The movement is well wound and the accuracy is around 30 seconds per day.