]This watch belonged to my daughter's great-grandfather. It was bought in Paris in the late 1950s or early 1960s. It seems to be a JLC Geophysic Chronometer, but strangely it does not have the numbering on its outer case. On the outside case has a sealing wax with the symbol of the geophysical year written Geophysic Chronometer. The machine looks real. The watch has a gold case, but I do not have any document of the purchase, nor the original box. The watch has not the original watchband. We received it in a red velvet box written Clerc 4 Rue de l´opéra. Paris Montecarlo.
We want to sell the watch, but I wonder if even without the numbering case, it can be marketed. And what could be the market value.
PS: Unfortunatedly I was not able of adding more than one image because the plattform does not allow me to do it. I added several photos in one file but it is not the best way to see the watch. Can you tell me how to add more than one image?