Jaeger-lecoultre’s Entire Auction Proceeds Will Be Donated To Unesco’s World Heritage Protection Assistance

For two consecutive years, Jaeger-LeCoultre has provided a luxury watch for online auctions to raise money for ‘Tides of Time’.
The clock chosen this year is the 1958 Geophysic Chronometer, E168. This watch has accompanied the well-known climbers to the peak of Antoine LeCoultre.

From March 18th to 24th, Jaeger-LeCoultre received nearly 50 bids from 18 countries. Eventually sold for £ 12,600, the collector will also be honored to be the new owner of this long-cherished treasure.
The entire auction proceeds will be donated to Sundarbans National Park, which has been listed as a World Heritage Site since 1978.

‘Aiming to save the planet’
Jaeger-LeCoultre invites you to pay attention to the subsequent charity event organized by Christie’s Christie’s, this event aims to raise funds for the four major environmental protection associations. A Master Compressor Extreme W-Alarm ‘Tides of Time’ has been auctioned by the so-called silent online auction, which will be held from April 8th to May 6th.
The ‘Green Auction’ organized by Christie’s Christie’s celebrates Earth Day on April 22, 2010. This year coincides with the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, and a charity performance will be held in New York. celebrate.
Original source: Jaeger-LeCoultre