Ref. 5270G-001 White gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, leap-year and day/night indication Circa 2011
White gold perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, leap-year and day/night indication
Calibre: cal. 29-535 manual winding, 33 jewels
Movement number: 5'691'687
Case: 18k white gold, screw-down sapphire crystal display back
Case number: 4'577'818
Closure: Patek Philippe alligator strap and 18k white gold folding clasp
Dimensions: 41 mm
Signed: case, dial and movement
Accessories: Patek Philippe instruction manual, leather bifold and presentation case
MVT: is running at the time of cataloging. The chronograph is functioning and the calendar is advancing.
CASE: is in fairly good condition. It presents some scratches particularly on the left band.
DIAL: is in very good condition.
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The Ref. 5270 was first introduced in Basel in 2011. It is distinguished by the new in-house caliber CH 29-535 PS and the subsidiary dials located below the central axis of the dial. In comparison with the previous model, the reference 5970, it also has a larger case (41 mm). Patek Philippe perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatches from all periods have become highly sought-after by collectors around the globe and the new Ref. 5270 is already considered as a modern classic.