PATEK PHILIPPE | NAUTILUS, REFERENCE 3700/1 A STAINLESS STEEL AND YELLOW GOLD BRACELET WATCH WITH DATE, MADE IN 1979
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- NAUTILUS, REFERENCE 3700/1 A STAINLESS STEEL AND YELLOW GOLD BRACELET WATCH WITH DATE, MADE IN 1979
Dial: blackCalibre: cal. 28-255C automatic, 36 jewelsMovement number: 1'309'114Case: 18k yellow gold and stainless steelCase number: 541'567Closure: 18k yellow gold and stainless steel Patek Philippe bracelet and folding claspSize: 42 mm width, bracelet circumference approximately 185 mmSigned: case, dial and movementAccessories: Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with black ribbed dial, applied yellow gold indexes and tritium in 1979 and its subsequent sale on 17 December 1980
Designed by Gerald Genta, the reference 3700, also known as the “Jumbo” was once known as the most expensive stainless steel timepiece one can own at the time. With incredible shock-resistance and water-resistance to a depth of 396 feet (120 meters), the “Jumbo” was the avant-garde of dress watches. With strong case proportions and in lovely condition, the Jumbo is currently one of the hottest watches on the market today.