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. One of the most classic designs for a Patek Philippe grand complication is the officers style case. Successor to the ref 5059, the 5159 grand complication retrograde date perpetual calendar timepiece. One of the first years production, the movemnet is engraved with the Genevan seal. Made in an all 18ct yellow gold case with a solid 18ct yellow gold hindged dust cover, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching 18ct yellow gold folding clasp. Fitted with the highly complicated and decorated Manufacture calibre 324 S QR mechanical self-winding movement with perpetual calendar, retrograde date, day, month, leap year and moon phases on apertures on dial. Opaline-white dial with hand guilloched centre and transferred roman numerals, finished with a sapphire crystal glass. The timepiece is pre-owned and is in single sealed factory condition.
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Patek Philippe Grand Complication timepiece. All 18ct yellow gold officers style case with solid hindged case back, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching folding clasp, mecahnical self-winding movement with retrograde date, day, month, moon and leap year functions, opaline-white guilloche dial with transferred roman numerals and finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.
18ct Yellow Gold
Opaline-White Guilloche Centre Transferred Roman Numerals