1968 Patek Philippe Calatrava 3445J with Extract from the Archives

Patek Philippe, an iconic house in the watch industry. It is the only independent company that continues to be family-run by the Sterns. Known for having created a system that allowed time setting and winding by means of a crown and not by keys as before.

Patek Philippe has always maintained the growing value of its models. It is estimated that from its debut in 1839 to 2010, no more than 1 million watches have been produced.

You are looking at a beautiful Patek Philippe Calatrava 3445 in 18kt yellow gold from 1968, the quintessential dress watch.

Stamped Patek Philippe Geneve at 12 o’clock, it is accompanied by a small seconds counter at 6 o’clock and a date indicator. This date indicator is made possible by the calibre 27-460 m, the successor of the caliber 12-600 at, which was the first automatic watch movement with date produced by Patek Philippe in a series in production for 25 years, from 1960 to 1985.

This elegant Patek Philippe comes with a genuine Patek Philippe bracelet and 18ct gold Patek buckle and an extract from the archive indicating that it was produced in 1968 and sold in 1969.

Details

BrandPatek Philippe
ModelCalatrava
Reference3445J
Year1968
Case materialYellow Gold 18kt
MovementAutomatic 
Diameter35mm
LocationParis

Condition

CaseLightly polished, very few usage marks
DialPerfect
HandsOriginal, nice condition
CrownOriginal
StrapPatek Philippe crocodile with 18kt buckle
AccessoriesExtract from the Archives

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