28 November 2012
PATEK PHILIPPE. A VERY RARE 18K PINK GOLD PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH UNUSUAL BLACK TACHYMETRE DIAL, MOON PHASES, LEAP YEAR INDICATION, ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE, ADDITIONAL CASE BACK AND BOX
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5004, MOVEMENT NO. 3'275'199, CASE NO. 4'438'216, CIRCA 2009
Cal. 27-70 Q mechanical lever movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 28 jewels, Gyromax balance, free sprung regulator, black dial, applied pink gold Roman and dot numerals, tachymetre scale, pink gold hands, two windows for day and month, three subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 24 hours display, 30 minutes register and leap year indicator, date and aperture for moon phases, circular case, stepped bezel and lugs, glazed screw back, split seconds chronograph mechanism operated through two round chronograph buttons in the band and through the crown, 18k pink gold Patek Philippe deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
37 mm. diam.
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With Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated February 2009, additional case back, setting pin, sales tag, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
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