AN EXTREMELY FINE， RARE AND IMPORTANT PLATINUM AND EMERALD-SET PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH REGISTERS， MOON-PHASE AND LEAP YEAR INDICATION， IN ORIGINAL factory SINGLE SEALED Grand Complication， Ref. 5271/13P， CIRCA 2015
Movement ：Manual， cal. 29-535， movement stamped with the PP seal， 33 jewels， signed
Dial ：Black dial with one emerald at 12 o'clock， applied baton numerals and Feuille hands， inner minute and 1/5 second track， apertures for day， month， night/day and leap-year indication， 3 subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds， 30-minute register and date with moon-phases， outer tachymetre scale， signed
Case ：Platinum circular case， bezel and lugs set with 58 baguette-cut emerald total weighing approximately 3.57 carats， chronograph buttons to the band， screw-down sapphire crystal display back， signed
Strap / Buckle ： Black alligator strap with platinum emerald-set Patek Philippe folding clasp
Diameter 40 mm
With Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin and Presentation Box
The Perpetual Calendar Chronograph produced by Patek Philippe is among the best interpretations in the watch industry. Reference 5271P was first published at Bezel world in 2014.The present example reference 5271P is an upgrade from reference 3970 and a successor of reference 5970， culminating as the latest product in the intricate ‘in-house movement’. Nearly five carat of precious baguette-cut emeralds fully covered on the 950 platinum case， lugs and deployant clasp， with a beautiful black dial and black date windows. For many watch collectors， timepieces like 5271P epitomize a high-point of design and class. This extremely rare wristwatch with baguette-cut emeralds setting， is a valuable unique collection for watch lovers.