as you may be aware of this, there is an important event happening in town Singapore - namely Patek Philippe's "The Values of A Family Watch Company" Grand Exhibition in Singapore ("the fantastic report by Kong can be clicked from this link here" ). today is the first day of the exhibition, my son and i went to the exhibition and joined the guided tour. for sure you will be seeing all the classic and excellent timepieces there. to my surprised, i found there is one very nice and eye-catching watch in rectangular typical Reverso case displaying at one of display window. the dial is marked with "Patek Philippe & Co, Geneva", but the case shape and layout looks exactly the same as what we have been seeing from vintage or modern JLC Reversos. this piece is currently belonged to and housed in PP Museum. i attach two pics of this classic Reverso that extracted from "Kong's post" for you to see how beautiful of this Reverso piece is. there is specifications of this watch and also some informative history about this Reverso in the exhibition Catalog (pp.74). i extracted the relevant text as below to share here, i am sure it is of your interest too: " 27 The Reverso Patek Philippe & Co, Geneva, No. 822 399 Gentleman's wristwatch Case No. 609 482, reference 106 Reverso, in yellow gold and grey gold, rectangular-shaped reversible; the case-back of this watch is engraved "Souvenir / de 20 ans de / collaboration /1913-1933 / tes amis / Charles et Jean." (Souvenir of 20 years of collaboration. 1913-1933, your friends, Charles and Jean) Silvered metallic dial with black enam- elled numerals and indexes 9''' round movement with lever escapement Watch manufactured in 1932 Inv. P-575 Sold on December 23, 1933, to Stern Freres, Geneva, for the amount of 430.50 francs; offered by the brothers Jean Stern (b. 1883-1938) and Charles Stern (1883-1944), owners of Patek Philippe SA, and of Stern Freres, Geneva, dials manufactory, to an employee. Dimensions H. 36.5 mm. / W. 22.6 mm. / T. 7.8 mm. The Patek Philippe Reverso Between December 1931 and April 1932, eight cases were sold to Patek Philippe with the permission of Cesar de Trey, who had already registered the brand name Reverso, and Jacques-David LeCoultre, who was then one of the administrators of Patek Philippe. Thus, Patek Philippe commercialised eight Reverso watches with the reference number 106 under its own name; one if a ladies' model. The movements used were round calibres; the ebauches were by LeCoultre. During this period, Cartier, Hamilton, Favre Leuba and Vacheron & Constantin also commercialised several Reverso watches. "