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Patek Philippe Annual Calendar 5135G

Auction Ended: 08/26/2015
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This Patek Philippe annual calendar Ref. No.: 5135g was auctioned at Worthy. The man's watch is 40 mm in diameter with white gold case, leather band. It features day, date, month, moonphase, annual calendar complication and automatic movement. It is in excellent condition and attracted 707 buyers.

Watch Attributes

Brand: Patek Philippe
Model: Annual Calendar
Case Material: White Gold
Band Material: Leather
Condition: Excellent
In original box?: No
Papers included?: No
Size: 40
Gender: Man
Crystal: Sapphire
Karat value of metal: 18
Buckle type: Tongue
Movement: Automatic
Complications: Day,Date,Month,Moonphase,Annual Calendar

Additional Information

Patek Philippe 5135 G (18k White Gold), This is one of the finest looking watches ever made by Patek. And it’s one of the most favorite Patek Philippe annual calendar watch ever. This reference 5135 G is now discontinued and not available anymore from Patek, With its tonneau case, the first for any Patek Phillipe annual calendar, and the day, date and month windows arranged around the top of the dial, giving this complicated Patek a unique look. This watch has a modern size and wears larger than its official dimensions suggest, makes it a great modern great looking watch fit for the traditional Patek buyers as well as for the younger customers. A bold and exciting watch. Watch comes with automatic movement , in house by Patek Philippe, Caliber is 324 S with 34 jewels and a 45 hour power reserve. The watch has the Geneva Quality Seal stamped on the movement, all this is visible via the sapphire display back. dimensions: 40mm long, by 38mm wide, by 12mm thick (lugs and crown not included) and as mentioned, with the extended lugs, this watch wears large. Last known MSRP $45,600. excellent condition, very light marking of wear, nothing serious, all can be easily buffed. strap is perfect in function but shows wear / "age", mainly on its inner side.