The movement issued from the in-house 12'''-27SC (27mm, 12 lines) stamped with "HOX" confirming the delivery to the Patek Philippe American agent, the calibre 27SCQ was equipped with the Victorin Piguet under dial perpetual calendar cam modification. The letter 'Q', for quantième, would be added to the calibre name to denote the perpetual complication. Victorin Piguet was a master watchmaking house based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. They had a very long and trusted relationship with Patek Philippe enhancing their perpetual calendar movements and designing unusual complications, such as split second and single-button chronographs.
For an example of this model, Ref. 2438-1 as well as detailed photographs of the movement, cal.27SCQ, see Huber, M., Banbery, A., Patek Philippe Wristwatches, Second Edition, p. 284, pl. 441a.
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