Patek Philippe 2526 Calatrava Mark I Enamel Dial 1953


Very rare Patek Philippe Calatrava reference 2526 with original enamel dial - early watch from the rare first series in 18k yellow gold with original PP gold bracelet. The "PP" logo is mirrored on the crown, Dauphine hands and the Patek automatic caliber PP 12-600AT with small seconds. It was the first automatic movement from Patek Philippe - Chronometer - Geneva Seal. On the other side you will find the screw-down case back, also included is the leather strap with original PP pin buckle in 18k yellow gold. This beautiful Patek is in very good condition, especially for its age, with only very fine, superficial hairline cracks on the dial visible on closer inspection. With a diameter of 35.5 mm, this magnificent piece has a wonderful size and with a total length of 210 mm, it will certainly fit on any wrist. The total weight of the watch is 127.1 grams, which makes it very comfortable to wear. Enclosed with the watch is the Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives (produced in 1953 - sold on August 25, 1953) - service invoice and valuation from 2017 - Patek box. This item is directly available. The sale of this Watch is subject to differential-taxation according to §25A UStG (Value Added Tax Act).

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Price: € 76500.00

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