PATEK PHILIPPE PERPETUAL CALENDAR REF. 3940 FULL SET
Fine and rare 18k pink solid gold self-winding wristwatch with perpetual calendar. With original box and papers
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Patek Philippe prides itself on having produced the first Perpetual Calendar in a wristwatch in 1889 with a diameter of 35 mm. It can be seen in the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva.
It is truly impressive – all the date indications are on the subdials.
Patek Philippe by launching the QP 3940 (currently the 5140) intended to return to its roots by abandoning the date windows.
The perpetual calendar has been considered for a long time as a masterpiece of watchmaking, rare and expensive.
The watch automatically switches between the months of 31 and 30 days, takes into account the changeover from February 28th to March 1st and indicates leap years, with in addition the display of the moon phase. You do not need to carry out any intervention on your timepiece.
The proposed model is a Perpetual Calendar of reference 3940 from 2002. It is a beautiful 18k pink solid gold round case with a diameter of 36 mm. Magnificent opaline dial with indication of the day, date, month and leap years, moon phase at 6. Self-winding mechanical movement with micro-rotor.
It is a complex, emblematic and iconic watch easy to use.
This reference well known to collectors and amateurs is part of the watchmaking heritage of Patek Philippe, which always knows how to move us with timeless unique pieces.
It is proposed with its original box and papers.