12 October 2006
JAEGER-LECOULTRE. A FINE LIMITED EDITION 18K PINK GOLD RECTANGULAR REVERSIBLE DOUBLE DIALED DUAL AND WORLD TIME WRISTWATCH WITH DAY AND NIGHT
Signed Jaeger-LeCoultre, "Reverso Geographique", No. 455/500, Ref. 270.2.58, circa 2000
With nickel-finished lever movement, silvered engine-turned dial with Arabic numerals, fan-form sector indicating day and night, subsidiary seconds, the reverse with black engine-turned dial with Arabic numerals, fan-form sectors indicating GMT and day and night, two sectors displaying various cities of the world, the rectangular case with ridged ends, pivoting within the plain backplate, button at four o'clock to adjust the second time zone, case, dial and movement signed with an 18k pink gold Jaeger-leCoultre deployant clasp
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Accompanied by Jaeger-LeCoultre cardboard slipcase, leather-covered box, guarantee and instruction manual.
This model was made in a limited edition of 500 examples only.
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