According to Jaeger-Le Coultre enthusiast Zaf Basha, the "Galaxy", an upmarket mysterious dial diamond watch, is a collaboration between Vacheron & Constantin and Le Coultre for the American market.It features “Le Coultre” on the front and “Vacheron & Constantin — Le Coultre” stamped on the case.
The confusion stems from the 1950s, when the North American distributor of Le Coultre watches was the Longines-Wittnauer Group, which was also responsible for the distribution of Vacheron Constantin timepieces.
Collectors have confused this distribution channel with the manufacture of the watches.
Le Coultre clocks include a variety of table clocks, travel clocks, and watches, often with the original combination of Art Deco minimalism and luxury line elegance.
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