Join Patek’s Larry Pettinelli (head of Patek U.S.) and David Bonilla (technical manager) on August 30th, 2016 via webcast as they compare 12 minute repeaters with Robb Report watch editor James D. Malcomsen. Open to anyone (just provide your email via the link below), the livecast will take place at Patek Philippe’s US headquarters in NYC, will be an in-depth presentation of the minute repeater complication, followed by an interactive question-and-answer session open to participants. Sign up to join this Patek Philippe x Robb Report “First Look” minute repeater event on August 30, 2016, right here.
Sure “sounds” like fun to me!
Above: Patek Philippe Caliber R TO 27 PS QI, as seen in the Ref 5207 Grand Complication
Below: Patek Philippe Ref 5207/700P-001 Grand Complication (minute repeater + tourbillon + instantaneous perpetual calender)
The consummate collection of 12 watches is said to be worth approximately $7.5 million and represents the largest assemblage of the atelier’s chiming watches under one roof in the United States. Among the dozen to be displayed will be a white-gold tourbillon ($520,000); a rose-gold triple-date perpetual calendar with cathedral gongs ($690,000); a platinum retrograde perpetual calendar with tourbillon escapement ($715,000); and a platinum automatic perpetual calendar chronograph ($825,000).