Patek Philippe Annual Calendar 5035P

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THIS WATCH WITH SERIAL NUMBER 3059813/4060062 WAS STOLEN FROM OUR SHOP DURING A BREAK-IN ON OCTOBER 22, 2020.FOR A LIST OF ALL THE WATCHES THAT WERE STOLEN, PLEASE CLICK HERE.PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU COME ACROSS ANY OF THE STOLEN WATCHES. THANK YOU! Technological developments don’t occur in a linear fashion, social scientists would say. This watch is the perfect example. While the perpetual calendar watch was invented by Thomas Mudge in 1762, it took more than 250 years for Patek Philippe to invent the very first annual calendar.The ref. 5035 Annual Calendar was introduced by Patek in 1996. Sporting a day, date, and month function, the watch can distinguish between months that are 30 and 31 days in length. As a result, you only have to manually adjust the watch once a year, at the end of February.The watch comes in an elegant 37 mm platinum case with a mesmerizing smooth sloped bezel. The black dial sports elegant Roman numerals and leaf hands. The dial contains three sub-dials, displaying the day at the 9 o’clock position, the month at 3, and a 24-hour indicator at 6. The watch comes on a new black alligator-leather Patek Philippe strap with matching Patek Philippe-signed platinum ardillon buckle. The watch had an invigorating stay at the Patek Philippe spa in the spring of 2019 and thus comes with service papers in addition to the original box and papers.

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Patek PhilippePatek Philippe’s ultra exclusive timepieces have always been intended for the lucky few. Its mechanical masterpieces were traditionally made from precious metals and worn by an elegant lady or gentleman.

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