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Jaeger Lecoultre Tribute To Polaris 1968 non matching dial.

As most of you certainly know, the Tribute to Polaris 1969 came with two dials: One " normal, " yellow-brownish, and another one, called " wrong " dial, more orange. Here is the normal, like in my prototype: And here, the " wrong ": The other difference b
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How is Easter at Jaeger Lecoultre? A retrospective on chocolate dials.

We have discussed colored dials very often. Blue, of course, Red, sometimes, Green rarely, Grey, lately, but what about Brown? Immediately, when it comes to brown dials, vintage come to mind. Brown because the black dials turned into this color with the "
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By: amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Tribute To Polaris 1965. Not the most popular, but not the less attractive.

The rare TT Polaris 1965 in steel, with only 65 pieces, while the platinum version was released in 165 pieces. The dial is very close to the Memovox E 855 Black, in bigger. Less cool than the TT Polaris 1968, but more elegant, probably. Here is a series o
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By: amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Tribute To Polaris 1968. A good dose of coolness.

Here, the days are grey, cold and wet. And... Very busy. The Jaeger Lecoultre Tribute To Polaris is a strong medication. Here is a pictorial series to call for the good days. Or to help those of us who are in the northern hemisphere to wait. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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Question regarding strap manufacturer

Greetings all, Similar to how Jean Rousseau is known to produce select Omega straps, by chance is there a particular company that produces straps for JLC? I am asking because I am interested to investigate whether I can order a custom strap similar to the
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By: ArmisE
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amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Polaris 1968 and Lecoultre Polaris 1965. The impossible choice.

Tomorrow, I will show yo another " impossible choice ", but for now, let's see these two Polaris. Same case, different case back, different dials. The dials make a big difference, giving them their own personality. The 1965 is more elegant, while the 1968
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By: amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Polaris Roll Call.

I am curious to see how many Polaris owners we are, and what kind of Polaris we have. I will start with mines: Original: Polaris 1965: Polaris 1968: Polaris II Ref E 870: And... Tribute to Polaris 1965: Tribute to Polaris 1968: For the moment, no Polaris
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By: amanico
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Question about Tribute references difference

Hello all, I am actively considering the Memovox Tribute to Polaris 1968. This was actually prompted by my trying on the new 50th anniversary model in the NY Boutique; but because of rubber strap and overly 'modernized' aesthetic, I believe the Tribute to
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By: ArmisE
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JLC Tribute To Polaris 1968 5 years

today in this Veteran Day, I celebrate also my 5 years of ownership of my Polaris. To make a long story short, desired for years while being student, took me a couple of years to collect enough funds, found one NOS and make the deal with my AD on a public
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By: Tyo
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Soon to be auctioned: LeCoultre Polaris Memodate.

A Lecoultre Polaris Reference E 859 " Memodate " will soon be auctioned by Phillips. It is the opportunity to remind some facts. The Polaris E 859 certainly is a rare watch, with only 50 prototypes made in 1963 ( not issued, just prototypes ), 500 watches
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