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Patek Philippe, AN IMPORTANT AND EXTREMELY RARE LIMITED EDITION GOLD AUTOMATIC MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH CIRCA 1997 REF. 5029J MVT 1904087 CASE 4015627 
Estimate
2,200,0003,000,000
LOT SOLD. 3,607,500 HKD
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1723
Patek Philippe, AN IMPORTANT AND EXTREMELY RARE LIMITED EDITION GOLD AUTOMATIC MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH CIRCA 1997 REF. 5029J MVT 1904087 CASE 4015627 
Estimate
2,200,0003,000,000
LOT SOLD. 3,607,500 HKD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Patek Philippe, AN IMPORTANT AND EXTREMELY RARE LIMITED EDITION GOLD AUTOMATIC MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH CIRCA 1997 REF. 5029J MVT 1904087 CASE 4015627 
cal.R27 PS damascened nickel lever movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 39 jewels, free-sprung Gyromax balance, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, 22k gold micro-rotor, minute repeating on two steel bells using two polished hammers • champagne dial with applied gold Breguet numerals and hands, pearled minute track, subsidiary seconds • 18k gold Officer-style hinged case with screw-set lugs, sapphire crystal display in the gold cuvette •  case, dial and movement signed •  with an 18k gold PP folding buckle 
DIAMETER 35MM.
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Catalogue Note

Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, C.O.S.C certificate, attestation, a silver medal and booklets in leather folder. Further accompanied by a key and a Patek Philippe presentation box with outer card box.

The present lot REF. 5029J was produced in a very limited series of only 10 pieces.

The rare limited edition minute-repeating chronometer was developed by Patek Philippe in 1997 for the opening of their new factory in Geneva. Only 10 pieces of 5029J were produced in gold, emphasizing the exceptional rarity of the present lot in the market. The piece is exquisitely cased in the officer-style by Jean-Pierre Hagmann, Master Case maker for Patek Philippe. The distinctive champagne-colored dial adds luster to this extremely rare commemorative piece, and is perfectly suited for the seasonal collector.

Jean-Pierre Hagmann was born in Geneva in 1940. During his career as a Master Case maker, Hagmann worked withthe top technicans and skilled artisan in their workshops, including Ponti Gennari, Gay Freres, G. Brera, J.-P Ecoffey and G. Croisier. In 1984, Jean-Pierre Hagmann established his own company with his unique master case maker's mark: JHP. He bought or made all the machinery and benches he needed to be independent. Today Jean-Pierre Hagmann is the point of reference for the case-making and without doubt the most skilled artisan still working in this field. His extraordinary personal production has included 1500 cases for minute repeating wristwatches, at least a third of which were made for Patek Philippe.

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