Patek Philippe Genève, "Nautilus Jumbo", Movement No. 1306584, Case No. 537160, Ref. 3700/1, Cal. 28-255C, 42 mm, circa 1977
A gentleman's automatic Geneva wristwatch with date Case: steel, screwed on bezel, Patek Philippe steel bracelet. Dial: black, structured, applied luminous indexes, luminous baton hands. Movm.: gold rotorwind movement, rhodium-plated, "fausses côtes" decoration, 8 adj., 36 jewels, Geneva quality hallmark, Gyromax balance, shock protection.
Ref. 3700/1 In the 70s Patek Philippe surprised the market with an unconventional wristwatch made of steel. At a time when gold was the epitome of a luxury watch and the trend most definitely went towards ultraflat watches, Patek Philippe decided to create the "Nautilus Jumbo" - a bold porthole design with a plain steel case. The nautical design elements were reflected in the name of the watch and its water resistance (120m), which was considerable at the time.
Estimate 11,000 - 14,000 €
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