JAEGER-LECOULTRE REF. 180.1.99
PERPETUAL CALENDAR ALARM
Jaeger-LeCoultre, Perpetual Calendar,
Grand Réveil, No. 1096, Ref. 180.1.99.
Made in the 1990s.
Very fine and rare, large, center seconds,
self-winding, water- resistant, 18K yellow gold
wristwatch with perpetual calendar, moon
phases, mechanical alarm, 24-hour indication, 3
crowns and an 18K yellow gold Jaeger-LeCoultre
buckle. Accompanied by a fitted wooden box.
Dial, case and movement signed.
Two-body, solid, polished, case back with 6 screws, stepped bezel, fluted and curved lugs, alarm winding-crown at 2, time-setting and winding-crown at 4, push-button for quick adjustment of the calendar at 8, sapphire crystal.
White with applied luminous yellow gold indexes, subsidiary dials for the date, days of the week, the months and the 24 hours in red and black numbers, apertures for the leap year at 1 and for the moon phases at 6, outer 1/5th second graduation. Blued steel skeleton hands with luminous tips, red arrow hand for the alarm.
Cal. 919, rhodium plated, fausses côtes decoration, 34 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance adjusted to four positions, self-compensating flat balance spring, shock absorber, ball-bearing rotor.