Something To Consider: Patek Philippe Bought The First Perpetual Calendar Watch In History For Less Than They Charge For Any Of Their Current Perpetuals, Because Nobody Else Was Paying Attention
The Patek Philippe 5140P retails for $115,700, or generally $30,000 more than what the main never-ending schedule in history sold for.
I bring this up in light of the fact that honestly our whole group, and the watch world at huge, appeared to miss this event. I’m heartbroken about that, and I’ll ensure we improve moving forward.
And further, the basic truth that for around $80,000 one could claim a particularly significant watch, is dumbfounding. I won’t try to raise how much your normal steel Daytona (or Heuer! ) presently gets at closeout, yet consider that the family Stern paid less for the absolute first ceaseless schedule watch ever, than what Patek Philippe charges for any interminable schedule in the current collection.
Now this isn’t an analysis of the costs of Patek perpetuals, or the costs of any wristwatch truly – essentially an update that deals do exist in watches right up ’til the present time. Also, indeed, the Patek Philippe Museum, seemingly the single biggest purchaser of significant watches on the planet, got one that day in July. Keep your eyes open and you will be rewarded.
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