1931 Jaeger-Lecoultre Reverso signed Walser Wald Buenos Aires
For those who didn’t know, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso watch was first designed in 1931 to meet the needs of British polo players who required a watch that could withstand the rigors of their sport. The solution was a unique watch case that could be flipped over to protect the delicate dial during play.
The Reverso quickly became a classic and has since been embraced by watch enthusiasts around the world for its timeless design, innovative engineering, and exceptional craftsmanship. Over the years, Jaeger-LeCoultre has released numerous iterations of the Reverso, each one a testament to the brand’s commitment to excellence.
The one you have here is nice edition from 1931, sold at that time by the detailler Walser Wald in Buenos Aires. Taking all the inspiration of the first watch of 1931 with a black dial, arabic indexes and the railroad minute, this embraced the whole tradition of this line. Made in a well-preserved stainless steel case, the watch is please to wear on the wrist and for any occasion.