Jaeger Le Coultre Reverso Grande Taille Shadow with metal bracelet in as new condition. The reversible watch, one of the great Jaeger Le Coultre classics, made in the 1920s. Polo players had, by the possibility of turning, to protect the dial and the glass.
The legendary "Reverso", Latin for "I turn" in Art Deco design, was launched in 1931. Its fold-down case to protect the delicate glass has its origins in the sport of polo.
Legendary watch movements
Founded in 1833 in the Vallée de Joux by the brothers Charles-Antoine and Ulysee LeCoultre, the brand was the first to scale watch production in the famous watchmaking valley of the Jura mountains and soon employed over 500 master watchmakers. They were well known for producing excellent movements and parts and supplied well-known brands such as Patek Philippe. Fascinated by the flat movements of the Frenchman Edmund Jaeger, the two Manufactures merged in 1937 and launched the Jaeger-LeCoultre success story.
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