Patek Philippe. A Fine 18k White Gold Dual Time Wristwatch with Date and Center Seconds
Patek Philippe. A Fine 18k White Gold Dual Time Wristwatch with Date and Center Seconds

SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENÈVE., CALATRAVA PILOT TRAVEL TIME MODEL, REF. 5524G, MOVEMENT NO. 7'033'849, CASE NO. 6'177'457, CIRCA 2017

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Patek Philippe. A Fine 18k White Gold Dual Time Wristwatch with Date and Center Seconds
Signed Patek Philippe, Genève., Calatrava Pilot Travel Time Model, Ref. 5524G, Movement No. 7'033'849, Case No. 6'177'457, Circa 2017
Movement: Automatic, Cal. 324 S C FUS, stamped with the PP seal, 29 jewels
Dial: Blue, luminous 18k white gold Arabic numerals, luminous and skeletonized hands, luminous center seconds, two apertures, subsidiary date
Case: 18k white gold, sapphire crystal display screw back, two round pushers in the band, 42mm diam.
Strap/Buckle: Patek Philippe leather strap, Patek Philippe 18k white gold buckle
Accompanied By: Setting pin, A Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated April 3, 2017, product literature, a Patek Philippe leather envelope, a Patek Philippe presentation box, outer packaging and tie-tag

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Lot Essay

Introduced in 2015, the Calatrava Pilot Travel Time reference 5524G is a modern interpretation of the pilot watches that Patek Philippe have been producing since the 1930s. The travel time movement used in this reference allows for an easily adjustable GMT hand for a pilot's use but indeed the modern man who frequents multiple time zones on a regular basis.

The deep blue dial with large Arabic numerals is attractive and for added legibility during travel, the skeleton hand is used to represent home time while the Superluminova-filled sword hand is the travel time. Furthermore, the pushers on the left side of the case are fluted for better grip and feature patent-pending safety locks to prevent unintended adjustments of the local time. For use of the pushers, they must be turned slightly to unlock and locked again after use with a turn back. The two apertures on the dial are for day or night indication in the local or home territories, and the date is conveniently situated as a subsidiary dial at 6 o'clock which displays in three-day intervals.





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