1141. Patek Philippe An extremely rare and attractive platinum perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch with moon phases, additional black dial with diamonds indexes, original certifcate, setting pin and presentation box 百達翡麗，型號5020P，非常罕有及重要，鉑金自動上弦腕錶，配萬年曆、 計時功能和月相顯示，2000年製。附備用鑽石時標黑色錶盤、原裝證書、 錶盒和配件 百達翡麗於1994年推出型號5020，約於2002年停產。據學者專家研究， 型號5020萬年曆計時腕錶，其中鉑金款式共只生產150枚，珍貴罕有。 本拍件在2008年於百達翡麗完成原廠保養，並獲百達翡麗提供，備用面盤 以便替換配戴，罕有型號附齊全的原裝配件，極具收藏價值、世代傳承。 Manufacturer Year
Patek Philippe 2000
Reference No. Movement No. Case No. Model Name Material Calibre
5020P 3’046’055 2’956’185 “TV Screen” Platinum Automatic,
cal. CH-70 Q, 24 jewels Bracelet/Strap Alligator Clasp/Buckle Platinum Patek Philippe buckle Dimensions 37mm Width Signed Case, dial and movement signed Estimate
HKD 2,200,000-4,000,000 USD 282,000-513,000
Accessories Accompanied by Patek Philippe Certifcate of Origin, presentation box, additional black dial with diamond indexes, setting pin and product literature. Further accompanied by a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confrming the production of the present watch in 2000 and its subsequent sale on May 4th 2000.
Patek Philippe’s reference 5020, launched in 1994 and discontinued in 2002, is known to collectors as the “TV screen” due to it’s particular cushion shape. It’s avant-garde design set it apart from other perpetual calendar chronograph watches produced by the brand at that time, however due to it’s unusual case shape the response was lukewarm from clients resulting in low production numbers over the years. The model was made in all gold metals as well as platinum and research indicates Patek Philippe made approximately 150 examples in platinum. Serviced in 2008 and under the request of the previous owner during a factory overhaul, Patek Philippe provided an additional silvered dial with Breguet numerals. Further enhancing the attractiveness and desirability of the present lot. This is without a doubt one of the most collectible modern Patek Philippe modern complication.
Phillips presents THE HONG KONG WATCH AUCTION: EIGHT on 28 May 2019.