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    Sale 12572

    Important Watches

    30 May 2016, Convention Hall

  • Lot 2584

    PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE AND RARE PLATINUM AUTOMATIC ANNUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS AND 24 HOUR INDICATION

    SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5035, MOVEMENT NO. 3'056'709, CASE NO. 4'019'676, MANUFACTURED IN 1997

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    PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE AND RARE PLATINUM AUTOMATIC ANNUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS AND 24 HOUR INDICATION
    SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5035, MOVEMENT NO. 3'056'709, CASE NO. 4'019'676, MANUFACTURED IN 1997
    Cal. 315/198 automatic movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 35 jewels, black semi-glossy dial, applied luminous Roman numerals, three subsidiary dials for day, month and 24 hour indication, window for date, sweep centre seconds, circular case, glazed display screw back, platinum Patek Philippe Henri Stern buckle, case, dial and movement signed
    37 mm. diam.
    US$18,000-25,000


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    With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with black semi-glossy dial, Roman numerals in white gold in 1997 and its subsequent sale in 27 June 1997.

    Reference 5035 was the first wristwatch ever to be fitted with an annual calendar. The model was in production from 1996 to 2005. To the best of our knowledge, the present watch is fresh to the market.

    The model is illustrated in Patek Philippe Wristwatches by Martin Huber & Alan Banbery, second edition, p. 323.

    For another example of the Reference 5035 in gold, please see Lot 2585 in this sale.

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