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Patek Philippe Ref. 2597 Calatrava "Travel Time"

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A superbly well-preserved, very rare and highly elegant 18kt pink gold "Travel Time"  wristwatch with two hands, case in three parts snap back and crown, bearing two pushers on the side for manual change of time-zones.Hard enameled dial with applied rose gold indexes and “Dauphine” hands.

Accompanied by Patek Philippe Extract from the archives confirming production of the present watch with applied hour markers and beaded minute track in 1956 and the subsequent sale on October 27, 1960.

The watch is accompanied by our certificate of authenticity and legitimate provenance


Technical Card

Brand: Patek Philippe

Reference: 2597

Material: Rose Gold

Movement: manual winding, Louis Cottier for patek Philippe Cal, 12-400 HS, 18 jewels, stamped twice with the Geneva seal.

Model: Calatrava

Series: Travel Time

Year: 1956

Function: Travel Time

Case Diameter: 35,5 mm

Case Thickness: 8 mm

Bracelet: Strap and original Patek Philippe buckle.

Conditions: Exceptional

Original argentè color, black graphics, baton applied rose gold indexes and "dauphine" hands. Seconds at six o clock.

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