20 October 1999
Patek Philippe. A fine 18K pink gold perpetual calendar split second chronograph wristwatch with moonphase
Signed Patek Philippe, Geneve, No. 879706, recent
27-70 Q, with skeletonized nickel-finished lever movement, 28 jewels, gyromax balance, free sprung regulator, the gilt matt dial with applied Arabic numerals, windows for day and month, three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds combined with 24 hour display, 30 minutes register combined with leap year indicator and date combined with phases of the moon, the circular water-resistant-type case with stepped bezel and downturned lugs, glazed screw back (Ref. 5004), two round chronograph buttons in the band and one chronograph button in the crown, together with an 18K pink gold Patek Philippe clasp, Patek Philippe 18K pink gold and wooden setting pin, accompanied by original fitted wood presentation box and outer packaging, and Certificat d'Origine, case, dial and movement signed
37 mm. diam.
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A similar watch is illustrated in Patek Philippe wristwatches by M. Huber & A. Banbery, 2nd edition, p. 312.
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