YEAR: 2001
CASE MATERIAL: White gold set with 118 baguette-cut diamonds (for a total of 11.55 carat)
DIAMETER: 42 mm.
STRAP MATERIAL: Patek Philippe black CROCODILE leather strap
DIAL: Black dial with 1 baguette-cut diamond and 9 white gold chaton-set diamond hour-markers, and tachymeter scale on the bezel
MOVEMENT: Cal. CH 27-70, manual
FUNCTIONS: Time, chronograph
BUCKLE: White gold Patek Philippe buckle set with 16 baguette-cut diamonds (0.41 carat)
WITH: Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming 2001 as the year of manufacture and 1 February, 2002, as the date of sale.

Ψ The endangered species straps shown here are for display purposes only and is not for sale. Upon sale, each watch will be supplied to the buyer with a black leather strap.

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Among the biggest wristwatches (in terms of case size) produced by Patek Philippe, the Ref. 5071G was the flamboyant chronograph sibling of Ref. 5070. It was produced in very limited numbers and made available only to the brand’s exclusive clientele upon special request, given the complexity of the case that’s set with perfectly match baguette-cut diamonds. It was powered by Cal. CH 27-70, based on the Nouvelle Lemania movement.

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