Patek Philippe 5270G-001


Patek Philippe Grand Complication timepiece. All 18ct white gold case, held on a genuine blue alligator strap with matching folding clasp, mechanically hand wound movement with day, date, month, leap year, moon phase and chronograph functions, blue sunburst dial with applied numerals and transferred details, finished with a sapphire crystal glass and caseback.

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Patek Philippe have been synomynous with Chronograph timepieces since their first patent of the double chronograph mechanism in 1902. Over the years the manufacture have created many different models with a number of added complications. One of the most iconic of pairings, is their chronograph perpetual calendar models. Third generation to the highly sought after and rare ref 3970 and 5970 models, The ref 5270 pays homage to these iconic designs, but with its brand new fully inhouse calibre. This particular model is the very fine and rare and now discontinued Patek Philippe ref 5270. Made in an all 18ct white gold hand polished case with a sapphire crystal glass exhibition case back. Held on a genuine black alligator strap with matching 18ct white gold folding clasp. Fitted with the highly complicated and decorated Manufacture calibre CH 29-535 PS Q mechanical hand-wound movement with chronograph and instantaneous 30-minute counter, perpetual calendar, day, date, month, leap year, night/day and moon phase apertures. Silver straight grained dial with applied gold markers and transferred detailing. Finished with a sapphire crystal glass.

Dial Type


Case Material
Case Material

18ct White Gold

Dial Type

Blue-Sunburst With Applied Gold Markers

Bezel Type

Bracelet Material

Geniune Alligator

Case Size






Grading Style


Mechanical Hand-wound


Grand Complication



Water Resistance

30 Meters

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