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First Look: Highlights From November’s Phillips Geneva Watch Auction: Two (Featuring A Rolex Daytona 6265 And A Rare Patek Philippe 2497)

Patek Philippe 2497 Perpetual Calendar In Pink Gold

The first watch we’ll take a gander at is a reference 2497 from Patek. The 2497 is viewed as one of the best and most rich watches made by the house of Patek – it is an interminable schedule dating to the 1950s. The last time we referenced a 2497 on HODINKEE was when we saw a fantastic example from the assortment of a Mr. Jason Singer in this scene of Talking Watches.

This specific example is uncommon in light of the fact that it is in wonderful condition and one of only a handful few pieces made not in yellow gold, but rather in rose. The gauge for this part will be 400,000 to 800,000 CHF.

Yellow Gold Rolex Daytona 6265 With Full Box And Papers

One of the extraordinary abnormalities of vintage Rolex gathering is the cost by which gold examples sell versus those in steel. They are undeniably more uncommon and they are, just, made of a much more important material! Game watches in gold frequently lead experience that cause the cases to be polished heavily or harmed – not so with this example of the 6265.

You can see this late model 6265 gold is in like new condition, and comes complete with its hang labels, assurance and box. This is an astounding watch – the gauge is 70,000 to 140,000 CHF.

This is only a little taste of what is to come in the Phillips November deal, stay tuned for additional. All photos kindness of PhillipsWatches.com.