- A. Lange & Söhne3
- Audemars Piguet15
- F.P. Journe3
- Franck Muller1
- Jaeger Le Coultre4
- Patek Philippe21
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève3
- Vacheron Constantin5
Amongst the most important designs in the history of watchmaking, the Reverso stands out as one of the most recognizable.
Designed at the beginning of the 1930s by engineer René-Alfred Chauvot, the watch ended up being the cornerstone of Jaeger Le-Coultre’s line up for decades to come; in the first years, however, different brands bought the rights to produce Reverso watches and sell them under their own name.
Most of these watches are exceedingly rare, with only a handful of known pieces for each maison. But for Cartier, this is the only known example of a Cartier-signed Reverso, making this piece unique a true museum piece and an unbelivable find.
Showing an immaculate dial, with mirror gilt printed art deco numerals and a railway minute track, it is powered by a manual EWC movement featuring subsidiary seconds at six o’ clock.
The back of the perfectly preserved case is engraved with the serial number, along with the “Patent - Acier Staybrite” wording.
Case: Stainless steel Movement: Manual EWC Year: ca. 1930
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