I believe only 5 were made in steel in the mid 30s!
can't find any info on JLC website as to the initiation of the Reverso production.
patent to other makers (PP, Tavannes, Cartier...)
I also understood Tavannes were among the first, was not it ?
movements and maybe as such Tavannes was one of the 1st to use the Reverso case design? A JLC connaisseur will certainly have a straighter answer.
I just love it : VC & JLC : my two favorite brands together into one of my favorite designed watch !
isn't that amazing, Berny? having this watch would be a dream-come-true for you...
Guess why Doc hasn't responded to this Post yet?
You got it, he's searching for this most rare V & C.
Only a "manner of time" before he shows this beauty.
For the time being wish Doc good hunting! Best, Miki
Alex, can you tell me what is written on the dial, please?
As far as I heard it, JLC was the first to introduce Reverso on the market, and Tavannes brought movements for the first years.
retailer in Canada.
That's a very expensive SS watch it went for CHF 80,500 in 2003. I wonder how much it would go for now?
point of VC's return as an auction market hot shot.
the Patek one I had seen. Christie's(?) once sold a vintage cushion shaped minute repeater (2003?) does anyone remember that? Would love see a picture.
I didn't know VC also has Reverso watches.
To compare contemporary JLC Reverso, let me post mine.
Case design looks quite similar, but dial design is somewhat different;
JLC Duo gives me more modern impression to me, but personally,
I prefer VC dial.
Thanks Alex for making me discover VC Reverso.
Face 2: also has GMT function.
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