13 November 2001
PATEK PHILIPPE, A FINE PLATINUM AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, RETROGRADE DATE SECTOR AND MOONPHASE
Patek Philippe, Ref:5050 P, No.1957287, 1995, sold on 25 January 1995
315/136, rhodium finished 31-jewel lever movement adjusted to heat, cold isochronism and five positions, free sprung Gyromax balance, 21ct gold rotor, movement stamped with the Seal of Geneva, silvered dial with applied white gold baton markers, white gold Feuille hands, centre seconds, day, month, leap year and moonphase apertures, retrograde date sector, circular case with screw down glazed back, maker's strap and platinum buckle, movement, dial and case signed.
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For an example of this reference see, Martin Huber & Alan Banbery, Patek Philippe, Geneve, 1998, second edition, pp. 296, 297, fig. 454a-c.
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