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1921 Watchmakers LeCoultre of Switzerland and Jaeger of France formed a company in England, Ed. Jaeger (London) Limited to make instruments for prestige car manufacturers.
1922 Jaeger Speedometers were exhibited by Rotax (Motor Accessories); these were made in France from Swiss parts (see advert)
1923-6 Described in Automotor as (Ed.) Jaeger Ltd
1927 Jaeger LeCoultre sold 75 per cent of the company to S Smith & Sons
1929 Jaeger Speedometers offered by Ed. Jaeger (London) Ltd of Willesden Junction (see advert)
The 1930 Bentley Speed Six also features gauges made by Jaeger and a clock by S. Smith & Sons.
1937 the company name was changed to British Jaeger Instruments Limited.