Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Black Dial 18K White Gold Ref. 5139G-010

$48,000.00 USD

DETAILS
Manufacturer: Patek Philippe
Model: Perpetual Calendar
Reference Number: 5139G-010
Movement: Automatic
Condition: Very good
Gender: Men's/Unisex
Time Period: 2010's
Retail / Compare-At Price: $84,900
Our Best Price: $45,000

CALIBER
Movement: -
Caliber: 240 Q
Jewels: 27

CASE
Case Material: 18K white gold
Case Diameter: 38 mm
Thickness: 8.5 mm
Waterproof: 100 ft./30 m.
Water Resistance: 3 ATM
Material Bezel: Fixed 18K white gold hobnail
Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
Dial: Black lacquered 
Dial Numerals: 18K white gold baton-shaped hour indices, white gold Arabic numerals on the subsidiary dials

BRACELET / STRAP
Bracelet color: Black
Bracelet Material: Leather
Clasp: Fold-over 
Clasp material: 18K white gold Calatrava cross

FUNCTIONS

Perpetual calendar, radial day subsidiary dial combined with 24-hour indicator at 9 o'clock, month sub-dial combined with leap year indicator at 3 o'clock, radial date sub-dial combined with moon phases indicator at 6 o'clock, 48-hour power reserve

OTHERS

Solid three-body case, curved lugs, and double-row hobnail-patterned bezel are polished.
Interchangeable 18K white gold full back and sapphire-crystal anti-reflective coating case back
18K white gold leaf-shaped hour/minute hands and sub-dial hands
18K push/pull kurled Calatrava cross crown
Corrector for the date and leap year on the left-side case band at 9 o'clock
The moon phase aperture is on a disc cut from a wafer of corundum sapphire crystal, decorated with stars and two moons against a blue background.
The automatic Patek Philippe calibre 240 Q movement is rhodium plated, embellished with côtes de Genève decoration and is hallmarked with the Patek Philippe seal. It is constructed with a straight-line lever escapement, 275 components, 8 bridges, and a shock absorber device. It includes a monometallic Gyromax balance that adjusts for heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, a Spiromax self-compensating balance spring, and a 22k gold off-center mini-rotor.
The mechanism oscillates at 21,600 vph (3Hz).
Dial, case and movement are all signed.
Incomplete (no box, delivered with extract from the Patek Philippe archives)