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Patek Philippe 5711/1A-010

Double Sealed (never opened!), Full Set & Patek winder

Double sealed (never opened!), Full set plus the original Patek winder, this Patek Philippe 5711 comes as a serious collector piece which is rarely seen on the market in this combination. (the serial numbers are only blacked out on the photos)

Reference 5711 was launched in 2006 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus. Inspired by the classic sporty design of the original reference 3700 Jumbo Nautilus, the present updated modern reference features sweep center seconds and a larger 42.5 mm case size.


Discontinued, the success of reference 5711 has exploded and waiting lists were up to ten years.

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Movement:

automatic

26-330 SC

Case:

Stainless steel

Dial:

Blue

Patek Philippe 3483

35mm steel case by Jean Vallon

Cadran Stern dial

 

The Patek Philippe 3483 was only available in stainless steel case with screw down caseback made by Jean Vallon (the same casemaker as for its bigger brother, reference 3417 Amagnatic). There were probably only 500 examples made and 30 of these have surfaced on the market today. It is powered by the manually wound 27SC (seconde centrale).

The dial is made by Cadran Stern and has a beautiful argenté, satiné soleil finish. The minuterie is finished with a beautiful perlage.

With its clean and straight design, 35mm case size, this watch has a sublime presence on the wrist. With a strong case and a nicely preserved dial, the condition of the present example can be considered as very good. It comes as well with an Extrait des Archives and an additional PPC box.

This timepiece is certainly a connoisseur’s choice and a great addition to every high-class watch collection.​

 

I welcome and will respond to your request on my address: info@watchcollector.lu

ChB

 

 

Movement:

27SC (seconde centrale)

18 jewels

Manual wound

 

Case:

Stainless steel, 35mm

Srewed caseback

Casemaker, Jean Vallon

 

Dial:

Cadran Stern

Argenté, satiné soleil

Minuterie, perlage

Urban Jürgensen reference 3

Very early pink gold N°010

NOS, never worn, box, certificat and booklet

This is a rare opportunity for every high-class collector to own a very early, legendary Urban Jürgensen reference 3. It comes in NOS condition, never been worn with box, certificat and booklet. The combination of the early production number and the fact that this examples never has spent time on a wrist is a unique chance for every connaisseur of independent watchmaking.

In the 1990s, when the reference 3 was presented, Urban Jürgensen was guided by Peter Baumberger and together with Derek Pratt they developed their collections. Derek Pratt was as well the one who developed the up/down mechanism on the reference 3 (image of the mechanism in the gallery), which took almost 2 years of research, different technical drawings and three dozens of additional parts to finally fit into the ultra thin (2.4mm) Frédérique Piguet base movement. The more, the whole modification for the perpetual calendar indication was as well developed and produced in-house at the atelier of Urban Jürgensen!

 

To finish the guilloché dial, it takes more than 700 operations and 2 days of work. The moon display requires over 20 operations to produce the blued steel background with inserted gold moon discs and stars that are punched in one by one. The effort required to produce the elegantly curved springs and levers of the perpetual calendar mechanism is partially unlimited. Each steel surface is carefully grained and the edges angled and polished to perfection (photo of the perpetual calendar mechanism in the gallery). The tear drop lugs are individually forged and then soldered by hand to the case. 

 

The level of finissage on the Urban Jürgensen reference 3 timepieces is at the very highest standards of watchmaking.

This timepiece is certainly a connoisseur’s choice and a great addition to every high-class watch collection.​

 

I welcome and will respond to your request on my address: info@watchcollector.lu

ChB

Movement:

Base Automatic caliber FP71, 18 000 vph

In-house modified by Derek Pratt

Perpetual calendar mechanism

Power reserve indication mechanism

Guilloché-main 21kt gold rotor

40 jewels, 2.4mm high

Case:

18kt rose gold

38mm diameter

Each single lug forged and welded to the case

Solid caseback

Dial:

Guilloché-main by Derek Pratt N°010

Silver

Urban Jürgensen reference 3

Early platinum N°024

NOS, never worn, box, certificat and booklet

This is a rare opportunity for every high-class collector to own an early, legendary Urban Jürgensen reference 3. It comes in NOS condition, never been worn with box, certificat and booklet. The combination of the early production number and the fact that this examples never has spent time on a wrist is a unique chance for every connaisseur of independent watchmaking.

In the 1990s, when the reference 3 was presented, Urban Jürgensen was guided by Peter Baumberger and together with Derek Pratt they developed their collections. Derek Pratt was as well the one who developed the up/down mechanism on the reference 3 (image of the mechanism in the gallery), which took almost 2 years of research, different technical drawings and three dozens of additional parts to finally fit into the ultra thin (2.4mm) Frédérique Piguet base movement. The more, the whole modification for the perpetual calendar indication was as well developed and produced in-house at the atelier of Urban Jürgensen!

 

To finish the guilloché dial, it takes more than 700 operations and 2 days of work. The moon display requires over 20 operations to produce the blued steel background with inserted gold moon discs and stars that are punched in one by one. The effort required to produce the elegantly curved springs and levers of the perpetual calendar mechanism is partially unlimited. Each steel surface is carefully grained and the edges angled and polished to perfection (photo of the perpetual calendar mechanism in the gallery). The tear drop lugs are individually forged and then soldered by hand to the case. 

 

The level of finissage on the Urban Jürgensen reference 3 timepieces is at the very highest standards of watchmaking.

This timepiece is certainly a connoisseur’s choice and a great addition to every high-class watch collection.​

 

I welcome and will respond to your request on my address: info@watchcollector.lu

ChB

Movement:

Base Automatic caliber FP71, 18 000 vph

In-house modified by Derek Pratt

Perpetual calendar mechanism

Power reserve indication mechanism

Guilloché-main 21kt gold rotor

40 jewels, 2.4mm high

Case:

Platinum

38mm diameter

Each single lug forged and welded to the case

Solid caseback

Dial:

Guilloché-main by Derek Pratt N°024

Silver