The Patek Philippe with the reference 1471 is an earlier version of the Calatrava series. Production of Reference 1471 began in 1940 and was available in both yellow and rose gold. Above all, the version in rose gold is rarely found today and very popular with some collectors.
The Patek Philippe with reference 96 is the first version of the Calatrava series by Patek Philippe. Production of the Reference 96 began in 1932 and was available in yellow gold, rose gold, platinum, white gold / rose gold and steel. The reference 96 was in production for 30 years and was eventually superseded by the reference 3796. Above all, the version in rose gold is rarely found today and much sought after by international collectors.
The Patek Philippe Tortoise Case No. 7 is a piece of manufactory history without a reference number. This watch is one of the first watches of the watch manufacture of Patek Philippe. According to the excerpt from Patek Philippe this copy was made in 1923 and sold in 1935. Contrary to earlier versions from 1910, which were finished with 14ct gold, this beautiful piece is made of 18ct yellow gold. According to our research, less than 10 Patek Philippe have been offered in auctions at this auction "Tortue-Breguet".
The Patek Philippe with the reference 3468/5 is an earlier version of the Calatrava series from the 1970s. The production of reference 3468/5 began in 1962 and was available exclusively in yellow gold.
The Patek Philippe with the reference 1450 is also known as "Top Hat". Production of the reference 1450 began in 1940 and was in high demand mainly in the USA. However, this model developed in principle, especially in the 1950s to the most successful references of the house Patek Philippe.
The Patek Philippe with reference 590 is one of the first versions of the Calatrava series by Patek Philippe. Production of the Reference 590 began in 1938 and was available in both yellow and rose gold.