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Patek Philippe. A Fine and Rare Oversized 18k Pink Gold Automatic Minute Repeating Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch with Moon Phases and Original Certificate
Patek Philippe. A Fine and Rare Oversized 18k Pink Gold Automatic Minute Repeating Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch with Moon Phases and Original Certificate

SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENÈVE, REF. 5074, MOVEMENT NO. 1'906'192, CASE NO. 4'376'375, MANUFACTURED IN 2007

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Patek Philippe. A Fine and Rare Oversized 18k Pink Gold Automatic Minute Repeating Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch with Moon Phases and Original Certificate Signed Patek Philippe, Genève, Ref. 5074, Movement No. 1'906'192, Case No. 4'376'375, Manufactured in 2007 Cal. R 27 Q automatic movement, stamped with the Geneva Seal, 22k gold engine-turned micro-rotor, 39 jewels, minute repeating on two polished steel hammers onto two gongs, silvered matte dial, applied pink gold Arabic numerals, three subsidiary dials for day combined with 24 hour indication, month combined with leap year indication, date combined with moon phases, large circular case, stepped bezel, slide in the band to activate the repeater, sapphire crystal display snap on case back, 18k pink gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial, and movement signed 42mm diam.

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With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 2007 and its subsequent sale on December 3rd of the same year.

Further accompanied by an undated Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, additional hard case back, tie tag, leather binder with product literature, small wooden Patek Philippe winding box, extra adapters, and large wooden Patek Philippe presentation box and key.
To the best of our knowledge this watch has never before been offered in public.
Manufactured in small numbers, reference 5074 was launched in yellow gold in 2001 and was discontinued in 2006. The pink gold and platinum versions are today still listed in Patek Philippe's catalogues, and the present example is the first in pink gold to come to the auction market.

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