Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Moon Phase 18K White Gold Ref. 5136/1G

$54,740.00 USD

Manufacturer: Patek Philippe
Model: Perpetual calendar Moon Phase 
Reference Number: 5136/1G
Movement: Automatic
Condition: Very good
Gender: Men’s/unisex
Time Period: 2010
Retail / Compare-At Price: $78,200
Our Best Price: $54,740

Movement: -
Caliber: 240/114
Jewels: 27

Case Material: 18K white gold
Case Diameter: 37 mm
Thickness: 10.5 mm
Waterproof: 100 ft. / 30 m.
Water Resistance: 3 ATM
Material Bezel: Fixed convex stepped 18K white gold 
Glass: Sapphire crystal
Dial: White opaline with three recessed white subsidiary dials  
Dial Numerals: 18K white gold applied raised dart-shaped hour indices, dot minute track around the outer rim, black painted Arabic numerals on the sub-dials 

Bracelet color: 18K white gold
Bracelet Material: Integral 18k white gold brick-link bracelet 
Clasp: Triple folding deployment clasp
Clasp material: 18K white gold

Perpetual calendar, date indicator and moon phase window at 6 o’clock, day of the week indicator, 24-hour and am/pm register at 9 o’clock, month and leap year indicators at 3 o’clock, hours, minutes, 48-hour power reserve

Round-shaped solid three-body polished case
18K white gold dauphine-shaped hands and leaf-shaped functions hands
18K white gold fluted Calatrava cross push/pull crown
Downturned lugs with very sharp hallmarks on the inside 
Screw down sapphire crystal display case back
The solid two-body case, downturned lugs, and stepped bezel are polished. 
This caliber 240/114 automatic nickel lever movement is stamped with the Seal of Geneva quality mark. It is constructed with 27 jewels, 275 components, 8 bridges, it is rhodium-plated, has fausses côtes decoration, a straight-line lever escapement, a monometallic Gyromax balance adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, shock absorber device, a Spiromax self-compensating free-sprung flat balance spring, an index regulator and a 22K gold off-center micro-rotor.
Patek Philippe GENEVE signature at 12 o'clock, case and movement signed
Four push-piece correctors house in the case body: corrector at 9 o'clock sets "days of the week only", corrector at 11:30 sets "date and days of the week", corrector at 12:30 sets "month" and corrector at 6 o'clock sets "moon phase"
This mechanism oscillates at the frequency of 21,600 vph (3 Hz)
Discontinued, collector’s item
Patek Philippe made the first perpetual calendar wristwatch in 1925.
This Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar 5136/1G-001 was introduced in 2004.
Incomplete (no box, extract from the Patek Philippe archives dated 2010)