29 May 2008
PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 3429
18K GOLD SELF-WINDING WRISTWATCH WITH SMALL SECONDS
MOVEMENT NO. 1'113'764, CASE NO. 2'626'120, CIRCA 1965
Calibre 27-460, Geneva Seal hallmarked, 37 jewels, Gyromax balance, 18k gold rotor, the satined silvery dial with gold applied baton hour markers, small seconds, in two-part case, brushed and polished, domed crystal, screw-down back, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 35 mm.
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Reference 3429 was launched in 1960 to replace the reference 3415. Majority were cased in yellow gold, very few examples in white gold.
Production ceased in 1969.
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