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Patek Philippe Ref. 1485 Square shaped

€ 20 000
Sold under the margin scheme

The Patek Philippe 1485 is an exceedingly rare and unique watch. Produced in the 1940s, this model stands out due to its stainless steel construction, which was unconventional for Patek Philippe at the time. What sets it apart is its one-of-a-kind "indelebile" silver dial, known for its exceptional durability and resistance to fading. With very few examples ever made, this watch is a true collector's gem, combining rarity, stainless steel, and an extraordinary silver dial.

This watch comes with its Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives and our certificate of authenticity and legitimate provenance.

Technical Card

Brand: Patek Philippe

Reference: 1486

Material: Stainless Steel

Movement: Manual winding Cal 10-110

Model: N/A

Series: Carrè

Year: 1944

Function: Time

Case Diameter: N/A

Case Thickness: N/A

Bracelet: Strap

Conditions: Very Good Condition

silvered, raised white gold hour-markers, black graphics, subsidiary seconds at 6 o'clock and steel baton hands.

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