15 December 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 13,750
Estimate USD 4,000 - USD 6,000
PATEK PHILIPPE. A 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 1202699, CASE NO. 4211082, REF. 5120, CIRCA 2003
Cal. 240 nickel-finished lever movement stamped with the seal of Geneva, 27 jewels, free sprung gyromax balance, gold mini-rotor, white dial, Roman numerals, circular water-resistant-type case, hobnail bezels, sapphire crystal display screw back, case, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated September 23, 2003, leather presentation box, leather envelope, instructions pamphlet, suede pouch and outer packaging.
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