Patek Philippe 3605J Ellipse d'or Date blue dial PP Service Invoice 2008

€ 29,850.00

Beautiful Patek Philippe Jumbo Ellipse d'or Date with the reference number 3605/1J in 18k yellow gold with the bracelet and folding clasp also in 18k yellow gold. Inside is the Patek Philippe automatic caliber 28-255C, the same caliber which was also used in the legendary Nautilus 3700! With dimensions of approx. 38 x 33 mm and a height of approx. 6.5 mm, the watch has a really nice size, and with a total length of approx. 20 cm, it is a very good length for any wrist. This wonderful Patek Philippe from 1977 is in very good condition and also comes with the Patek Philippe service invoice from 2008 - service booklet - PP service box - other documentation. This item is directly available. The sale of this Watch is subject to differential-taxation according to §25A UStG (Value Added Tax Act).

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Since its first appearance in 1968 and its innovative case shape, the Patek Philippe Ellipse d'Or has established itself in the watch world. The balanced proportions and the 1:1.6181 aspect ratio of the case, which are very pleasing to the eye, are part of the "golden cut", also known as the "divine proportion". This principle, which has been discovered since Greek antiquity, has developed with the help of the Ellipse d'Or into a Patek Philippe with the greatest recognition value. Especially the reference 3605 with the caliber, which was also used in the iconic Patek Philippe Nautilus 3700, 28-255C is one of the most legendary Ellipse d'Or. This 3605/1J 18-carat yellow gold Ellipse d'Or from 1974 is in beautiful condition. The dial in particular, with its blue shimmer that creates an impression of mysterious depth, is the first thing that catches the eye.