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Auction: Rare Watches Including Nautilus 40 Part II
was auctioned on: 14 November 2016
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Patek Philippe A very fine and rare 18K gold perpetual calen...

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Estimate: CHF300,000 - CHF500,000
ca. US$301,147 - US$501,913
Price realised:  CHF427,500
ca. US$429,135
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Patek Philippe. A very fine and rare 18K gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, original certificate and box
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENÈVE, REF. 2499, THIRD SERIES, MOVEMENT NO. 869'471, CASE NO. 2'700'429, MANUFACTURED IN 1977
Patek Philippe. A very fine and rare 18K gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, original certificate and box Signed Patek Philippe, Genève, ref. 2499, third series, movement no. 869'471, case no. 2'700'429, manufactured in 1977 MOVEMENT: manual, cal. 13’’’, stamped twice with the Geneva seal, 23 jewels DIAL: silvered matte, applied gold baton and square numerals, outer fifth of a seconds combined with Arabic five minutes divisions, two windows for day and month in English, three subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30 minutes register, moon phases and date CASE: 18K gold, downturned lugs, snap on back, two round chronograph buttons in the band, 37.6 mm. diam. SIGNED: case, dial, movement STRAP/BUCKLE: Patek Philippe crocodile leather strap, 18K gold Patek Philippe buckle ACCOMPANIED BY: Patek Philippe Certificate or Origin, original fitted presentation box and outer packaging, Patek Philippe letter stating that this reference 2499 was manufactured in 1977 and sold to M. Haller, Cortaillod, on 4 November 1977. The Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirms production of the present watch with silvered dial and laped yellow gold indexes in 1977 and its subsequent sale on 4 November 1977

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Christie's
Title: Rare Watches Including Nautilus 40 Part II
Date of the auction: 14 Nov 2016
Address: Christie's
Geneva