Patek Philippe 5102g Platinum Edition Watch

The ‘Celestial’ astronomical concept was first born in Patek Philippe in 1933 at the request of a customer and produced a pocket watch containing 24 complex functions. It wasn’t until the launch of the Caliber89 pocket watch with 33 functions in 1989 that the title of the most complex function watch was made. StarStar Caliber 2000 introduced in 2000. The Patek Philippe Heavenly King 5002 ‘Sky Moon’ watch that was subsequently launched, the simple version of the 5102 represented by this Lot, and the 5106 special edition specially launched for Only Watch, all adopted this concept. Patek Philippe 5102G is a frequent visitor to major auction companies. Compared with the 5102J in the gold case, the platinum version is on average 10% higher. In the first half of this year, the transaction price of Patek Philippe 5102G fluctuated around 1.7 million Hong Kong dollars. This also revealed from the side a feature of Christie’s valuation strategy: attracting expressions through lower valuations, and then relying on the fiery atmosphere of the scene to raise prices point. The end result is that, for seemingly undervalued important lots, the final transaction price is often higher than the normal price.
Those who often hang around the world’s major watch auction houses must be proficient in this, so for a certain amount of ‘estimated price’ has been a string of numbers used as auctioneer chips, often dismissive. Individuals who have been tempted to increase their prices due to the bottom valuation, and eventually make high-price transactions, should also be happy when they spend a few more dollars to buy a few minutes. After all, this is also one of the fun of playing watches.
Another rare and rare watch you can find is a 2003 Patek Philippe 5102G model (Celestial) 18K white gold automatic astronomical watch with sky map, moon phases, moon track, Sirius and moon transit time, etc. State-of-the-art complication (estimated at HK $ 1.4 to 1.8 million). The 5102 model (Celestial), introduced in 2002, is one of the most important astronomical watches in history with astronomical display. This watch condenses the mysterious and fascinating galaxy in the northern hemisphere into a delicate and chic dial, and is inlaid with a Swiss patent (CH 688 171B5) complex automatic winding movement 240LU CL. It is extraordinary and Sotheby’s is the same The creator of the world auction record for the model watch (5102G).

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