PATEK PHILIPPE. A FINE AND RARE PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES, 24 HOUR, LEAP YEAR INDICATION, ADDITIONAL CASE BACK, ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE AND BOX
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, REF. 5971P, MOVEMENT NO. 3'049'158, CASE NO. 4'448'465, MANUFACTURED IN 2008
MOVEMENT: Manual, Cal. CH 27-70 Q, Geneva seal, 24 jewels
DIAL: Black, diamond-set numerals, two apertures for day and month, three subsidiary dials for constant seconds combined with 24 hour indication, 30 minute register and leap year indication and date combined with moon phases
CASE: Platinum, baguette-cut diamond-set bezel, two chronograph buttons in the band, glazed display screw back, 40 mm. diam.
STRAP/BUCKLE: Patek Philippe crocodile strap, platinum and diamond-set Patek Philippe Henri Stern buckle
ACCOMPANIED BY: Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin dated 26 February 2008, additional case back, setting pin, instruction manual, leather wallet, fitted presentation box and outer packaging. Furthermore delivered with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with black dial, 1 baguette-cut diamond and 6 chaton-set diamond hour markers and is set with 42 baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.37 carats in 2008 and its subsequent sale on 30 January 2008.
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