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. Replacemet of the ultra slim perpetual calendar ref 3940, the larger and now also discontinued ref 5140P-001 is made in an ultra slim 37.2 mm Platinum case with sapphire crystal glass exhibition case back. Held on a genuine blue alligator strap with matching Platinum folding clasp. Fitted with the Ultra Slim Manufacture calibre 240 Q mechanical self-winding movement. Features include offset mini rotor in 22 carat gold and perpetual calendar with day, date, month, leap year and moon phases. Blue sunburst dial with applied gold markers and transferred detailing. Finished with a sapphire crystal glass.
Patek Philippe 5140P-001Patek Philippe
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Patek Philippe Grand Complication timepiece, all platinum case, held on a genuine blue alligator strap with matching folding clasp, mechanical self-winding perpetual calendar movement with day, date, month, leap year and moonphase features, blue sunburst dial with applied gold markers and finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.