29 November 2007
PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, POWER RESERVE INDICATION AND PHASES OF THE MOON
SIGNED PATEK PHLIPPE, GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 3'167'862, CASE NO. 4'201'573, REF. 5055G, CIRCA 1998
Cal. 240 PS IRM C LU nickel-finished lever movement stamped with the Geneva Seal, 29 jewels, Gyromax balance, 22k gold off-centred micro-rotor, the white matte dial with applied white gold Arabic numerals, outer minute track with luminous dot accents, luminous white gold baton hands, eccentric subsidiary seconds, fan-form power reserve indication, date combined with phases of the moon, in circular case with wide sloping bezel, extended downturned lugs, screw on glazed display back, together with an 18k white gold Patek Philippe deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
36 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by a Patek Philippe presentation box with outer packaging, Certificate of Origin dated 5 February 2004 and brochures in leather wallet and adjustment tool.
Please note the movement number of the present watch is 3'167'862.
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