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Patek Philippe Reference 2450 Grande Calatrava 'monobloc', A Yellow Gold Wristwatch, Circa 1950

Estimated price
$8,000
+ $29 for insured shipping to United States of America
Year of production 1950
No original box
No original papers
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Auction from Nov 17, 2021 to Dec 9, 2021

Shipping and Seller Information

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Expected delivery: Dec 6, 2021 - Dec 14, 2021

Details

Basic Info

Listing code CTO7D6
Brand Patek Philippe
Model Calatrava
Reference number 2450
Dealer product code N10806_0000017d-25f7-da88-abff-bfffab8b0000
Movement Manual winding
Case material Yellow gold
Year of production 1950
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States of America, New York, New York

Caliber

Movement Manual winding
Movement/Caliber 12
Number of jewels 18

Case

Case material Yellow gold
Case diameter 35 mm
Dial Silver

Description

Reference 2450 Grande Calatrava 'Monobloc'
A yellow gold wristwatch, Circa 1950
Dial: silvered
Caliber: cal. 12’’’400 mechanical, 18 jewels
Movement Number: 969’097
Case: 18k yellow gold, snap on case back with engraved initials
Case number: 667’223
Size: 35 mm diameter
Signed: case, dial and movement
Box: no
Papers: no

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Seller

Sotheby's

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New York, United States of America

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