Lot 530    

Le Coultre Atmos Clock
2010, The American Scene, Oct. 9
Ca 1951, Swiss, LeCoultre Atmos, torsion pendulum, never-wind mantel timepiece, serial no.43921, complete and sound; ht. 9.25, wd. 7.5, dp. 5.5 in.
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