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    Sale 12572

    Important Watches

    30 May 2016, Convention Hall

  • Lot 2549

    PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC ANNUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, MOON PHASES AND 24 HOUR INDICATION

    SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5205, MOVEMENT NO. 5’525’100, CASE NO. 4’506’916, MANUFACTURED IN 2010

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    PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC ANNUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS, MOON PHASES AND 24 HOUR INDICATION
    SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5205, MOVEMENT NO. 5’525’100, CASE NO. 4’506’916, MANUFACTURED IN 2010
    Cal. 324/206 automatic movement stamped with the PP seal, 34 jewels, black dial with slate-grey chapter ring, applied white gold baton numerals, three apertures for day, date and month, subsidiary dial for moon phases combined with 24 hours indication, sweep centre seconds, circular case, glazed display snap on back, 18k white gold Patek Philippe Henri Stern buckle, case, dial and movement signed
    40 mm. diam.
    US$28,000-50,000


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    With Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated 11 November 2010, leather wallet, fitted presentation box and outer packaging. Furthermore delivered with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with black and slate-grey dial and white gold hour markers in 2010 and its subsequent sale in 22 September 2010.

    Reference 5205 was launched in 2010 in white gold and in 2013 in pink gold, each with two different types of dial colours. This annual calendar includes the lately patented instantaneous digital display which is a feature also seen on the very rare reference 5207.

    Special Notice

    Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory, tortoiseshell and crocodile. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.