Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002G $ 1,450,000

Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002G

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Gemnation

453 20th Street
11215
Brooklyn
United States
Member since 2017

Listed Price

$ 1,450,000
approx. € 1.176.737,35
approx. $ 1,450,000
approx. 5,325,707.90 د.إ
approx. $ 1,885,075.40
approx. $ 1,870,460.85
approx. CHF 1,382,031.25
approx. ¥ 9,117,600
approx. £ 1,033,349.75
approx. $ 11,380,484.50
approx. 8.760.755 kn
approx. $ 26,371,889.50
approx. 11.379.730,50 kr
approx. 82.720.905 ₽
approx. 12 096 788,85 kr
approx. ฿ 45,203,025
approx. R 17,171,253.80
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Details

  • Location: Brooklyn United States
  • Address: 453 20th Street
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Case material: White Gold
  • Strap color: Black
  • Strap material: Crocodile
  • Movement: Handwinding Manual
  • Reference number: 5002G
  • Water resistance: 0 m (0 ft)
  • Crystal: Sapphire Glass
  • Thickness [mm]: 16.25
  • Authenticity: Original box
  • Features: Tourbillon
  • Functions: Date, Month, Moonphase, Perpetual Calendar
  • Internal Reference: 5373649

Description

Geneva Seal engraved on Movement. Hidden Tourbillon. Truly awe-inspiring piece that is almost impossible to find. Poire hands. Month at 3 o'clock, moonphase at 6 o'clock, leap year cycle at 12 o'clock. Retrograde (jumps-back) center date hand. On the back celestial sky dial, the white skeletonized hands indicate the sidereal hour as it occurs every 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.1 seconds. The eliptical sky vault displays the present orientation of the visible celestial sky. The lunar cycle of 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and 2.82 seconds is also indicated on the rear dial. This watch would be the crown-jewel in any afficionados collection, other than perhaps, the Vacheron Constantin Tour de I'lle. Even more limited than the magnificent Yellow Gold version, and the Platinum version, the newly released White Gold Sky-Moon Tourbillon is presently the rarest production wristwatch in the world.