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PATEK PHILIPPE | REFERENCE 5271 A PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES, DAY, NIGHT AND LEAP YEAR INDICATION, CIRCA 2014

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  • REFERENCE 5271 A PLATINUM AND DIAMOND-SET PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH MOON PHASES, DAY, NIGHT AND LEAP YEAR INDICATION, CIRCA 2014
Dial: blackCalibre: cal. CH 29-535 PS Q mechanical, 33 jewelsMovement number: 5'808'369Case: platinum, screw down sapphire crystal display back Case number: 6'011'932Closure: black Patek Philippe alligator strap and platinum and diamond-set folding claspSize: 41 mm diameterSigned: case, dial and movement Accessories: Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, additional case back, setting pin, instruction manual, product literature and presentation box

Catalogue Note

In 2011 Patek Philippe introduced the very first completely in-house perpetual calendar chronograph CH29-535 PS Q caliber. Patek Philippe have always considered perpetual calendar chronographs as one of their most important features in production and they first started making these watches in 1941 when they introduced the celebrated reference 1518. The present watch is an elevated perpetual calendar chronograph as it features spectacular baguette-cut diamonds that grace the bezel, lugs and deployant clasp. What further enhances the 5271 is the beautiful black dial with white graphics, that give it a very sophisticated yet balanced look. This reference was first introduced in 2014 and has been seen at auction featuring rubies, sapphires and emeralds, however, according to research, this is the first all diamond example at auction to date.

Consigned by an important collector, this example is complete with all accessories and in excellent overall condition.

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