In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Reverso, Jaeger-LeCoultre invited renowned Mexican painter, muralist, and engraver Guillermo Ceniceros to create personalized editions of the Reverso. The result of this collaboration is the Grande Reverso 976 Guillermo Ceniceros Special Edition. Two editions were created, stainless steel and rose gold, both with original art work engraved on their respective case backs.

The Grande Reverso 976 features a manually wound mechanical movement that runs at 28,800 vph (4Hz), has 151 parts, 19 jewels and a 48-hour power reserve. Functions include hours, minutes and seconds. The dial has a vertical black guilloché and Clous de Paris engraving. Vintage orange tinted numerals and bâton hands. It measures 30 mm x 48.5 mm and comes in steel or rose gold.

Alligator leather strap with double folding buckle. Water-resistant to 30 meters. (Ref. Q373847M – Stainless steel. Limited to 50 pieces, Q373247 – Rose gold. Limited to 10 pieces.)

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