29 May 2008
PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 5039R
18K PINK GOLD SELF-WINDING PERPETUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH MOON-PHASE DISPLAY
MOVEMENT NO. 3'127'239, CASE NO. 4'254'709, MANUFACTURED IN 2004
Calibre 240/114, Geneva Seal hallmarked, 27 jewels, Gyromax balance, integrated 22k gold minirotor, the opaline-white dial with white gold applied hour markers, gold dauphine hands, two subdials for day with 24-hour indication and month with leap years, analogue date with integrated moon-phases, in two-part case, brushed and polished, hobnail-patterned bezel, snap-on transparent back, 18k pink gold PP deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 37 mm.
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Accompanied by a Patek Philippe winding box, certificate, manual, interchangeable full back and corrector.
Please note the case number of the present watch is 4'254'790.
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