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Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar

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Condition Pre-owned
Scope of delivery
Original box, no original papers
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Jun 16, 2021 - Jul 6, 2021
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Reviews: 158
This dealer is from Tokyo, Japan.
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Listing code 6U4QV8
Brand Patek Philippe
Model Perpetual Calendar
Reference number 3940 CAL.240Q
Dealer product code 160834
Movement Automatic
Case material Yellow gold
Bracelet material Leather
Year of production 1989
Condition Good (Light signs of wear or scratches)
Scope of delivery
Original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location Japan, Tokyo

Caliber

Movement Automatic
Movement/Caliber 240Q

Case

Case material Yellow gold
Case diameter 36 mm

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Leather

Description

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* The crown and sapphire glass have been replaced during the overhaul at Patek Philippe Japan. The scratches on the sapphire glass were very small, but I replaced it after the overhaul. * The wooden box is fine, but the lining is slightly deteriorated, so I don't think it is suitable for storage. * The soft case that comes with the maintenance is well made, so you can use it for storage. * Snapback * 27 Ishihira Higezenmai Free sprung slow / fast adjustment method by gyromax balance 21,600 Vibration 22K gold Micro rotor Geneva seal engraved * "Month" and "leap year" are displayed at 3 o'clock, "Moon phase" and "Moon phase" at 6 o'clock "Date" display, "day of the week" display at 9 o'clock, and "24-hour counter" * REF.3940 was a long-lived model that has been in production for over 20 years since around 1985. Currently, it has been remodeled to REF.5140 as a successor model. * There are 3 types of dials with minor changes. They all look similar, but the first model has a slightly different feel. The difference between the second and third is whether or not the 3 o'clock leap year display indial is separated by a line. This model was made in 1989 and was just after the third switch. * The box is not a type with a built-in rotor, but in the early days this combination may be correct.
Belt: Genuine leather belt
Accessories: ”Inner box (with damage to the lining) English Manual Archive Patek Philippe Japan Overhaul Details (February 2017) With calendar adjustment pin
Case diameter / arm circumference: Approximately 36 mm
Condition: Used A * Clean used. There are no scratches on the glass. The leather belt has a certain feeling of use. * The 9 o'clock position in-dial shows the day and night of the 24-hour counter, so the lower half is slightly darker. It may look like a burn because of the slight difference in color, but it is not a burn. * You may see something like a scratch near the 9 o'clock position on the side image of the 9 o'clock side case, but this is not a scratch but a hallmark.
* The crown and sapphire glass have been replaced during the overhaul at Patek Philippe Japan. The scratches on the sapphire glass were very small, but I replaced it after the overhaul. * The wooden box is fine, but the lining is slightly deteriorated, so I don't think it is suitable for storage. * The soft case that comes with the maintenance is well made, so you can use it for storage. * Snapback * 27 Ishihira Higezenmai Free sprung slow / fast adjustment method by gyromax balance 21,600 Vibration 22K gold Micro rotor Geneva seal engraved * "Month" and "leap year" are displayed at 3 o'clock, "Moon phase" and "Moon phase" at 6 o'clock "Date" display, "day of the week" display at 9 o'clock, and "24-hour counter" * REF.3940 was a long-lived model that has been in production for over 20 years since around 1985. Currently, it has been remodeled to REF.5140 as a successor model. * There are 3 types of dials with minor changes. They all look similar, but the first model has a slightly different feel. The difference between the second and third is whether or not the 3 o'clock leap year display indial is separated by a line. This model was made in 1989 and was just after the third switch. * The box is not a type with a built-in rotor, but in the early days this combination may be correct.

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Kusumoto shoten co.,Ltd.

1-5-2,Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku
1500043 Tokyo
Japan
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Tel.: +81 3-3462-0555
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4.9 out of 5 stars  |  Reviews: 158

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