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PATEK PHILIPPE. A RARE 18K PINK GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH ENAMEL DIAL
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PATEK PHILIPPE. A RARE 18K PINK GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH ENAMEL DIAL

SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 761297, CASE NO. 686700, REF. 2526, RETAILED BY SERPICO Y LAINO, MANUFACTURED IN 1954

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PATEK PHILIPPE. A RARE 18K PINK GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH ENAMEL DIAL
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 761297, CASE NO. 686700, REF. 2526, RETAILED BY SERPICO Y LAINO, MANUFACTURED IN 1954
Cal. 12-600 nickel-finished lever movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 30 jewels, cream enamel dial, applied pink gold baton numerals, subsidiary seconds, circular water-resistant-type case, screw back, case, dial and movement signed, case and dial signed for the retailer, 18k pink gold Patek Philippe buckle
35mm diam.
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With Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1954 and its subsequent sale on August 8 of the following year. Further accompanied by Patek Philippe retailed by Serpico Y Laino presentation box
To the best of our knowledge, this watch has never before been offered in public.

Patek Philippe produced the reference 2526 from 1953 until approximately 1960. The model was Patek Philippe's first timepiece with an automatic movement, the legendary caliber 12-600 AT. With its attractive combination of a state-of-the-art movement and traditional enamel dial this reference is considered a very desirable collectors' watch
Reference 2526 is illustrated in Patek Philippe by M. Huber and A. Banberry, 1998, plate 349, p. 217.

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