Details
MATERIALE DELLA CASSA: oro giallo 18k
DIMENSIONE DELLA CASSA: 35 mm Diam
QUADRANTE: Argentato
MOVIMENTO: Manuale
COMPLICAZIONI: Cronografo
CON: Cinturino Patek Philippe in COCCORDILLO nero, fibbia Patek Philippe in oro giallo, Estratto dagli Archivi Patek Philippe che conferma la data di acquisto del 29 giugno 1967
DATA: 1966

THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR
PATEK PHILIPPE, YELLOW GOLD CHRONOGRAPH, REF. 1463

CASE MATERIAL: 18k yellow gold
CASE SIZE: 35 mm diam
DIAL: Silvered
MOVEMENT: Manual
FUNCTIONS: Chronograph
WITH: Black Patek Philippe CROCODILE strap, 18k yellow Patek Philippe buckle, Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming date of sale on June 29, 1967
DATE: 1966


Ψ Questo cinturino con specie a rischio di estinzione viene mostrato solo a scopo espositivo e non è in vendita. Al momento della vendita, questo orologio sarà fornito all'acquirente con un cinturino in pelle nera

This endangered species strap is shown for display purposes only and is not for sale. Upon sale, this watch will be supplied to the buyer with a black leather strap.




Please note this lot is the property of a consumer. See H1 of the Conditions of Sale.
Special notice
Lot incorporates material from endangered species that is not for sale and shown for display purposes only.
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Lot Essay

Consigned by a private European collector, the present Patek Philippe chronograph represents a rare opportunity for collectors to acquire a beautiful reference 1463 in yellow gold.

In 1940, four years into the production of the reference 130, Patek Philippe & Co. started manufacturing the reference 1463, its first water resistant chronograph. A stronger wristwatch made to match current market demand due to sportive usage and the context of World War II, the chronograph will be in production until around 1967.

With a magnificent design, the timepiece featured a very high quality water resistant case made by Taubert, with a screw back as well as a humidity-proof metal cover protecting the movement. With an evolution divided into three, the present timepiece is part of the third series, and was part of the last pieces produced, being sold in 1967. Featuring a highly attractive dial design, it is simpler than previous series and the wristwatch features a flatter case band and lug profile. As for other Patek Philippe chronographs produced since 1936, the reference 1463 featured the calibre 13 130 CC with Valjoux ébauche finished in Patek Philippe’s workshops.

ψ Please note the endangered species strap is shown for display purposes only and is not for sale. Upon sale, this watch will be supplied to the buyer with a non CITES strap (not shown). For further information please refer to the Conditions of Sale.

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