Patek Philippe866




Lot Number

Year of Production1989
Case Size47.5mm
Case MaterialYellow gold
Dial ColorWhite
Movement TypeManual


Brand Patek Philippe, GenevaRetailed by / made for - Year circa 1989 Reference 866 J Movement No. 933 249 Calibre 17-170, manual-winding, 18 jewels Case No. 433 962 (by Eggly & Cie, Geneva) Material/s yellow gold (18-carat) Dimensions Ø 47.5 mm. Thickness 7.9 mm. Weight 64.6 gr. (approx.) Signature dial, case and movement Accessories original fitted box and outer box, Certificate of origin, booklets Ref. 866 J, dress-watch, white dial, Roman numerals; yellow gold (18-carat) Yellow gold (18-carat), open-face, keyless-winding, round-shaped, thin pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds at 6 o’clock. Case: two-piece, “Bassine”, polished and satin-finished; ogival-shaped screwed bow. Dial: white colour, with black painted radiating Roman numerals; blued steel “Bâton” hands. Movement: calibre 17-170, 18 jewels, rhodium-plated with “fausses côtes” decoration, going barrel, straight-line lever escapement, Glucydur screw-balance and self-compensating Breguet hairspring, polished steel index-regulator with swan-neck spring and micrometric screw, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, Geneva Quality Hallmark (“Poinçon de Genève” / Geneva Seal). The original Certificate mentions that this watch was sold by Gioielleria Alberto Palma, Monza, Monza-Brianza (Italy), on October 1st, 1989. From the 1950s to the 2000s, Patek Philippe’s Certificates of Origin bore a four-letter code corresponding to the watch’s date of manufacture (end of production, ready for delivery to the customer). In this case, the letters “PHNS” correspond to May 1989.

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