Patek Philippe. A Stainless Steel Automatic Wristwatch with Date, Center Seconds, and Bracelet
Patek Philippe. A Stainless Steel Automatic Wristwatch with Date, Center Seconds, and Bracelet

SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENÈVE, RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO., NAUTILUS MODEL, REF. 5711/1A, MOVEMENT NO. 5'578'831, CASE NO. 4'931'366, CIRCA 2011

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Patek Philippe. A Stainless Steel Automatic Wristwatch with Date, Center Seconds, and Bracelet
Signed Patek Philippe, Genève, retailed by Tiffany & Co., Nautilus Model, Ref. 5711/1A, Movement No. 5'578'831, Case No. 4'931'366, Circa 2011
Movement: Automatic, Cal. 324 SC, 29 jewels
Dial: Blue/black textured, date, center seconds
Case: Stainless steel, Nautilus-type case of typical form secured by four screws in the band, 43mm width
Bracelet/Clasp: Patek Philippe stainless steel with deployant clasp, overall approximate length 6 inches
Accompanied By: A Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated December 7th, 2011, a Tiffany & Co. letter, product literature, a Patek Philippe leather envelope, a Patek Philippe presentation box, a Tiffany & Co. presentation box, outer packaging and tie-tag

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus, Patek Philippe released the reference 5711/1A in 2006 to great acclaim. Made in homage to the original “Jumbo” reference 3700/1A the 5711/1A draws striking similarities in design to its original inspiration but also offers a modern update that has made this watch one of the most desirable of all current production watches from any maker. When the 5711/1A was released in 2006 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus, it was an instant success at a retail price of $17,000. The new version featured a case size 1mm larger than its predecessor, and a three-part rather than a two-part case. This example features and -010 dial code representing a black dial (noir trame).

It is estimated that less than 3000 examples of this reference have been made and only very few have been made bearing the signature of Tiffany & Co. To the best of our knowledge the present watch has never before been offered in public.

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