29 May 2008
JAEGER-LECOULTRE, "REVERSO SÉRIE PREMIÉRE DAY AND NIGHT"
STAINLESS STEEL MANUAL-WINDING RECTANGULAR DOUBLE-DIALED TWO-TIME-ZONE WRISTWATCH WITH SMALL SECONDS, LIMITED EDITION OF 300 PIECES
REF. 270.8.54, NO. 116/300, CIRCA 1995
Calibre 854, 21 jewels, the guilloched silvery dial with printed Arabic numerals on a plain reserve, engine-turned subdial for small seconds, the reverse for second time zone, guilloched British racing green dial with luminescent Arabic numerals, subdial for 24-hour indication, in five-part case with reeded ends, all pivoting within the backplate, stainless steel JL deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 28 x 43 mm.
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