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Monday 21 November, 2011 - 09:50 AM EST

Jaeger-LeCoultre published its Yearbook Five

A tribute to the duality of the Reverso





On the year the legendary Reverso is celebrating its 80th anniversary, Jaeger-LeCoultre is dedicating its 2011 Yearbook to this timepiece, unveiling rare models and telling the history of this emblematic watch.

The Yearbook Five, it’s the fifth edition by Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre of a large-format, richly-illustrated book that draws inspiration from the latest activities of the prestigious watchmakers from the Vallée de Joux in order to provide access to broader cultural and artistic horizons.

In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the legendary reversible timepiece, this magnificent publication unveils some of the rarest, most emblematic models to be created since 1931. It magnifies these beautiful mechanisms and tells the history of Reverso models engraved with the royal emblems of kings and princes.

For this fifth edition of the yearbook, Jaeger-LeCoultre is publishing pictures taken by Astrid Muñoz, a famous photographer and top model who has travelled around the world and captured the essence of the countries she visited and their people with their customs and folklore.





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