The first known Patek Philippe perpetual calendar wrist watch was first made in 1925. The perpetual calendar came in to regular production in 1941 with the reference 1526. Since that time, the essential gentleman’s grand complication has worn many different guises. This particular model is the now discontinued ref 5139. The case is based around the “Calatrava” style with hobnail engraved bezel and on this version is made in 18ct white gold. The timepiece is held on a genuine black alligator strap with matching white gold pin buckle. Fitted with the highly complicated and decorated Manufacture calibre 240 Q, ultra slim mechanical self-winding movement. Features include day, date, month, leapyear and moon phase functions. The dial is grey sunburst with applied gold markers and transferred detailing. It is finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.
Patek Philippe 5139G-001Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe Grand Complication timepiece. All 18ct white gold case with engraved hobnail bezel, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching pin buckle, mecahnical self-winding perpetual calendar movement with day, date, month, leap year and moon phase features, silver dial with applied gold markers and finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.
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18ct White Gold
Silver Sunburst With Applied Gold Markers