• cal. 27-70 Q manual winding nickel lever movement stamped with the Geneva seal, 28 jewels, free-sprung Gyromax balance • silvered dial, applied pink gold Arabic and dot numerals, twin aperture for day and month, three subsidiary dials for seconds with 24-hour display, 30-minute register with leap year indicator and date combined with moon-phases • 18k pink gold case with stepped downturned lugs, screw-down sapphire crystal display back • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k pink gold PP folding buckle
Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, Instruction Manual Specifications in leather presentation folder. Further accompanied by a presentation box with outer card box.
The production of the REF. 5004 commenced in 1995 and remains the most complicated model in Patek Philippe's line of chronographs. Composed of 407 miniscule parts, the present example houses calibre CHR 27-70Q, and ingeniously combines a spilt seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar in a classic 18k pink gold case.
The spilt seconds crhonograph allows the simultaneous measurement of multiple events beginning at the same time and employs Patek Philippe's patented spilt seconds disengagement mechanism, accurate within a fraction of a second. The perptual calendar function features a 24-hour display, leap year indication and precision moon-phases device.
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