2 December 2009
PATEK PHILIPPE, PAGODA, REF. 5500
PINK GOLD MANUALLY-WOUND CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH, LIMITED EDITION OF 500 EXAMPLES, MADE IN 1997 TO MARK THE INAUGURATION OF PATEK PHILIPPE'S NEW MANUFACTURING CENTRE IN PLAN-LES-QUATES, GENEVA
MOVEMENT 1853171, CASE 4014470, MANUFACTURED IN 1997
Calibre 215 PS, Geneva Seal hallmarked, 18 jewels, Gyromax balance, silvered matte dial, small seconds, two-part case in 18k pink gold, curved and flared, curved sapphire crystal, snap on case back inscribed "Commemoration 1997, Pagoda", 18k pink gold PPCo buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 29 x 40 mm.
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With Patek Philippe presentation box, Certificate of Origin, C.O.S.C., attestation and medallion.
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