29 May 2008
PATEK PHILIPPE, "NAUTILUS" REF. 3800/1G
18K WHITE GOLD SELF-WINDING BRACELET WATCH WITH SWEEP SECONDS, DATE DISPLAY AND DIAMOND-SET HOUR MARKERS
MOVEMENT NO. 3'021'248, CASE NO. 4'096'608, MANUFACTURED IN 2000
Calibre 330/194, Geneva Seal hallmarked, 29 jewels, Gyromax balance, 21k gold central rotor, the ivory-white dial with diamond-set hour markers, sweep seconds, aperture for the date, in two-part case, polished and satined, integrated 18k white gold PP Nautilus bracelet, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 38 x 39 mm.
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Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives.
Please note the movement and case number of the present watch is 1'932'381 and 2'960'036.
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