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Atmos I

Based on a 1928 concept by Swiss inventor Jean-Léon Rutter who entrusted its development and production to the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre, the Atmos is the first clock with a perpetual movement. Dating from 1931, this Atmos I contains the LeCoultre 30A perpetual winding movement, the first calibre manufactured by LeCoultre & Cie for the Atmos, in a cast opalescent glass cabinet that is decorated with characteristic Art Deco motifs. Perpetual LeCoultre Calibre 30A.

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Type: Clock
Dimensions: 23 H x 18 W x 13 D cm
Material: Opalescent glass
Date: 1931

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