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    Date de vente : 10/05/2015
    Pays : Suisse

    Phillips #CH080215 - 2015-05 - The Geneva Watch Auction: One
    Geneva
    ID Lot : 161
    Vendu :
    • 13 750 CHF
    • 11 219 €
    • $ 15 720
    Estimation :
    • 10000 - 15 000 CHF
    • 8159 - 12 239 €
    • 11433 - $ 17 150

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Mouvement : Mécanique
    Calibre : T
    Matière boîtier : Or rose
    Forme du boitier : Rond
    Couleur cadran : Blanc
    161.Patek Philippe

    Description : 2458, 18k pink gold.1951.36mm. Diameter.Calibre: Manual, 12'''120.Case, dial and movement signed

    Date de vente : 12/11/2012
    Pays : Suisse

    Christies #1391 - 2012-11 - Important watches
    Geneva
    ID Lot : 88
    Vendu :
    • 3 779 000 CHF
    • 4 320 531 €
    • $ 3 083 286
    Estimation :
    • 2000000 - 4 000 000 CHF
    • 1631800 - 3 263 600 €
    • 2286600 - $ 4 573 200

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Période : 18ème siècle
    ID Montre : 861121
    Mouvement : Mécanique
    Calibre : 13
    Matière boîtier : Platinum
    Forme du boitier : Rond
    Avec diamand : Oui :
    Détail référence : 2458
    Complications : Astronomique, Chronomètre
    Patek Philippe. An exceptional, highly attractive, historically important and certainly unique platinum chromometer wristwatch with Guillaume balance, Bulletin d'Observatoire, additional diamond-set dial and platinum bracelet

    Description : Lot Description.Patek Philippe. An exceptional, highly attractive, historically important and certainly unique platinum chromometer wristwatch with Guillaume balance, Bulletin d'Observatoire, additional diamond-set dial and platinum bracelet.Signed Patek Philippe, Genève, Geneva Observatory Bulletin no. 861121, made especially for J.B Champion, ref. 2458, movement no. 861'121, case no. 673'916, manufactured in 1952.Cal. 13''' Lépine, mechanical movement numbered twice and stamped twice with the Geneva seal, three-quarter plate, 20 jewels, blued steel Breguet balance spring, Guillaume balance, micrometer regulator, silvered matte dial, applied baton numerals, outer beady minute divisions, gold feuille hands, subsidiary seconds, circular heavy case, snap on back, platinum Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed.36 mm. diam.__________________________Guillaume__________________________ J.B Champion_____ 2458_1952__ PATEK PHILIPPE. AN EXCEPTIONAL, HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE, HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT AND CERTAINLY UNIQUE PLATINUM CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH WITH GUILLAUME BALANCE, BULLETIN D’OBSERVATOIRE, ADDITIONAL DIAMOND-SET DIAL AND PLATINUM BRACELET SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE, GENEVA OBSERVATORY BULLETIN NO. 861121, MADE ESPECIALLY FOR J.B CHAMPION, REF. 2458, MOVEMENT NO. 861’121, CASE NO. 673’916, MANUFACTURED IN 1952 Cal. 13’’’ Lépine, mechanical movement numbered twice and stamped twice with the Geneva seal, three-quarter plate, 20 jewels, blued steel Breguet balance spring, Guillaume balance, micrometer regulator, silvered matte dial, applied baton numerals, outer beady minute divisions, gold feuille hands, subsidiary seconds, circular heavy case, snap on back, platinum Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed 36 mm. diam _______________________.Special Notice.Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country..Pre-Lot Text.Determining the longitudes, chronometry and observatory trials, a brief historical introduction.We thank Arnaud Tellier, horological expert, former director and curator of the Patek Philippe Museum, Geneva..With the invention of the pendulum in the late 1650s, then of the balance spring in 1675, horology could claim the status of an exact science. This considerable progress is due to Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695), Dutch mathematician, astronomer and physicist..In the early eighteenth century, the improvement of the adjusting of timepieces became obvious, nevertheless, it was also true that the search for absolute accuracy was just at its beginning..The precision of clocks and watches is essential since, once embarked on a ship, they can be used to determine the longitude, that is, to finds one's position in the middle of the ocean. The maritime nations of the time - England, Spain, France and the Netherlands - were dismayed by the disasters caused by errors in longitude. For example, the loss of the squadron under the command of Sir Cloudesley Shovell (1650-1707), which shipwrecked on the Isles of Scilly (or Sorlingues) while believing they were in the English Channel (1707), had such a strong impact that years later the British Parliament organized a contest for any method of defining the longitude at sea, offering as incentive 10'000 for a result not exceeding 1 degree of error, 15'000 for 40 minutes and 20'000 for 1/2 degree or less. This was the famous contest of Queen Anne in 1714..In London, the work of Henri Sully (1680-1729), George Graham (1673-1751) and John Harrison (1693-1776) marked the beginning of the eighteenth century. It was in 1735 that Harrison won the contest with his H1 chronometer, but only in 1751 was he able to obtain the first part of the award presented upon the construction of a fourth version. Later on, in 1773, the support offered by King George III (1738-1820) helped him receive the second half of the award for his fifth chronometer. It should also be noted that in 1757, in London, Thomas Mudge (1715-1794) developed the first watch equipped with a lever escapement which since then has been universally used in horology..In France, the watchmakers were equally concerned with the longitude issue. In 1766, Pierre Le Roy (1717-1785) presented in Paris his first chronometer. He built it on entirely new principles that were preserved as the basis of the modern chronometry (detent escapement, isochronous spring, self-compensating balance equipped with adjustable compensation weights, temperature compensation with mercury). He also presented a bi-metallic compensation balance and established the Pierre Le Roy rule stating that for each spring there is a length that makes it isochronous. In 1768, his great rival, Ferdinand Berthoud (1727-1807), completed the first of his marine pieces and also invented a compensation balance. In 1770, Pierre Le Roy was awarded the two prizes offered successively by the Royal Academy of Sciences for the best way of measuring time at sea..In 1772, John Arnold (1736-1799) built in London his first bi-metallic compensation balance based on the principles established by Pierre Le Roy, later on, in 1790, he improved the spring detent escapement. Another British watchmaker, Thomas Earnshaw (1749-1829), developed a marine chronometer so advanced and perfected that its basic principle remained unchanged until the advent of quartz clocks. The rivalry between the two watchmakers was as strong as the one between Le Roy and Berthoud..Chronometry developed in England of the eighteenth century to the point of becoming an industry, while in France it also grew to be an important manufacture under the guidance of Pierre-Louis Berthoud (1754-1813), Ferdinand Berthoud's nephew and disciple, who invented his own pivoted detent escapement..The siècle des Lumières is the time when the marine chronometers were tested in long and perilous journeys. The nineteenth century was when the tests in the astronomical observatories helped verify scientifically several chronometers at once..As early as 1766, the Greenwich Royal Observatory, near London, organized sporadically the first precision contests. In 1823, the British Admiralty created a contest with 300, 200 and 100 Pounds Sterling in prize money, hoping that this way it will acquire for its fleet the best chronometers. Similarly, and at the same time, the French Royal Navy paid 2400 Francs for the award winning chronometers..In 1790, Geneva witnessed the first precision contest among chronometers held at the Society for the Advancement of the Arts. Later on, in 1816, the Astronomical Observatory of Geneva hosted the creation of a trial, which subsequently was conducted only occasionally. It was not until 1879 that this type of contest became an institution. The precision level of the watches is evaluated through a points system set at that time by Emile Plantamour (1815-1882), Director of the Observatory. This system with prizes (1st, 2nd and 3rd prize, then honorable mention or without) and different classes (marine chronometer, deck or pocket, with or without special features), was shortly after joined in 1884 by the Astronomical Observatory of Kew and Teddington in Great Britain and, in 1885, by that of the Astronomical Observatory of Besançon, in France. The contests organized by the Neuchâtel, Hamburg and Washington observatories also enjoyed greatest consideration. Unfortunately, it hasn't been possible to standardize the tests between the different countries, so today it is impossible to compare their results. In addition to publishing the rankings in the official publications, the award winning time-pieces also received an official certificate of accuracy and a gold, silver or bronze medal..Patek Philippe and the Timing Competitions.Patek Philippe watches participated with remarkable success at many of the trials which soon became very important events, nationally and internationally. In 1884 and 1895, the Geneva manufacturer managed to also win the prestigious series prize for the five most precise pocket watches. Between 1900 and 1939 - the year when the firm celebrated its centennial - it won 764 prizes in Geneva, of which 187 were first prizes, this represents more than half of the prizes awarded during that time..Between 1943 and 1966, Patek Philippe presented 480 times to the Geneva Astronomical Observatory movements (simple, with no complications) from the D category (format not exceeding 30 mm in diameter or 706.86 mm2) and 27 times movements with a tourbillion regulator. As these movements could be presented on several occasions over the years, it would be difficult to determine the exact number of manufactured wristwatch chronometer movements. Moreover, many of them would never be sold and are currently preserved in the vaults of the manufacturer and the company's own museum..Patek Philippe did also compete in contests abroad. This is particularly the case during the 1960s when the manufacturer received the highest British distinction, the Craftsmanship Test, introduced in 1951. Only twelve watches can claim to have won it, amongst them the Patek Philippe pocket watch with tourbillon, No 198'423, having furthermore achieved the best results ever. The Observatory of Geneva tests were interrupted in 1967, with the arrival of quartz watches..The COSC.Today only COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse de Chronométrie the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) performs accuracy testing and issues certificates. A law dated November 6th, 1886 on testing the accuracy of the pocket watches at the Geneva Observatory, set the conditions, certified through an official engraved hallmark, where the Geneva quality is applied to certain watches. This stamp has the same value as an official accuracy certificate and allows qualifying the watch as a chronometer. After several amendments and additions in 1891, 1931 and 1955, made necessary by the technical progress, the regulation on testing of the mechanical watches received its final form on April 5th, 1957..View.Lot Notes ›

    Date de vente : 06/12/2011
    Pays : États-Unis

    Sothebys #N08772 - 2011-12 - Important Watches & Clocks
    New York
    ID Lot : 353
    Vendu :
    • $ 15 625
    • 11 144 €
    • $ 15 625
    Estimation :
    • 5000 - $ 7 000
    • 3566 - 4 992 €
    • 5000 - $ 7 000

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Matière boîtier : Or jaune
    Détail référence : 2458
    PATEK PHILIPPE - A RARE AND LARGE 18K YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH 1950 REF 2458 MVT 965930 CASE 657003

    Description : A very nice example. The movement is running at the time of cataloguing, however it may require service soon. The dial.The case is very nicely preserved, with a strong 18K mark to the outside of the back and good definition to the lugs. There are some surface scuffs throughout.

    Date de vente : 09/10/2010
    Pays : Hong Kong

    Antiquorum #241 - 2010-10 - Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces
    Hong Kong
    ID Lot : 282
    Vendu :
    • HK$ 150 000
    • 13 770 €
    • $ 19 305
    Estimation :
    • 80000 - HK$ 120 000
    • 7344 - 11 016 €
    • 10296 - $ 15 444

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Période : 1950's
    Calibre : 12 120
    Matière boîtier : Or jaune
    Forme du boitier : Rond
    Couleur cadran : Argent
    Détail référence : 2458
    Epaisseur : 9 mm
    Patek Philippe, Ref. 2458 Yellow Gold.Patek Philippe, Gen

    Description : C. Two-body, solid, polished and brushed, straight curved.lugs, snap-on case back..D. Matte silver with applied yellow gold baton, pyramid and.round indexes and Arabic 12, subsidiary seconds dial, outer.minute track. Yellow gold baton hands..M. Cal. 12 '''120, rhodium-plated, fausses cotes decoration.18 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic.balance, self-compensating Breguet balance spring.swan-neck regulator..Dial, case and movement signed..Diam. 36 mm. Thickness 9 mm.

    Date de vente : 17/09/2009
    Pays : États-Unis

    Antiquorum #219 - 2009-09 - Important Collector's Wristwatches, Pocket Watches & ClocksSession 1
    New York
    ID Lot : 124
    Vendu :
    • $ 10 200
    • 7 275 €
    • $ 10 200
    Estimation :
    • 7500 - $ 9 500
    • 5349 - 6 775 €
    • 7500 - $ 9 500

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Période : 1950's
    ID Montre : 969936
    Calibre : 12 400
    Matière boîtier : Or jaune
    Forme du boitier : Rond
    Couleur cadran : Argent
    Détail référence : 2458
    Epaisseur : 9 mm
    Ref. 2458 Yellow Gold.Patek Philippe & Cie, Gen

    Description : C. Two-body, solid, polished, straight lugs. D. Matte silver with.applied yellow gold baton, pyramid and round indexes and.Arabic 12, subsidiary seconds dial. Yellow gold baton hands..M. Cal. 12 '''-400, rhodium-plated, fausses cotes decoration, 18.jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance.adjusted for heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, shock.absorber, self-compensating Breguet balance spring, swanneck.micrometer regulator..Dial, case and movement signed..Diam. 36 mm. Thickness 9 mm.

    Date de vente : 11/05/2009
    Pays : Suisse

    Christies #1366 - 2009-05 - Important watches
    Geneva
    ID Lot : 248
    Vendu :
    • 21 250 CHF
    • 17 338 €
    • $ 24 295
    Estimation :
    • 15000 - 25 000 CHF
    • 12239 - 20 398 €
    • 17150 - $ 28 583

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Période : 1950's
    ID Montre : 664559 MANUFACTURED 1951
    Calibre : 12120
    Matière boîtier : Or rose
    Forme du boitier : Carré
    Détail référence : 2458
    Patek Philippe. A fine and large 18K pink gold wristwatch with unusual lugs

    Description : Lot Description.Patek Philippe. A fine and large 18K pink gold wristwatch with unusual lugs.Signed Patek Philippe, Geneve, ref. 2458, movement no. 969'359, case no. 664'559, manufactured in 1951.Cal. 12'''120 nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, swan-neck regulator, silvered dial, applied gold baton, square-shaped and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, circular case, enlarged bezel, snap on back, 18K gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed.37 mm. diam..Special Notice.Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country..View Lot Notes ›

    Date de vente : 17/11/2008
    Pays : Suisse

    Christies #1357 - 2008-11 - Important watches
    Geneva
    ID Lot : 266
    Vendu :
    • 23 750 CHF
    • 19 378 €
    • $ 27 153
    Estimation :
    • 20000 - 30 000 CHF
    • 16318 - 24 477 €
    • 22866 - $ 34 299

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Période : 1950's
    ID Montre : 664559 MANUFACTURED 1951
    Calibre : 12120
    Matière boîtier : Or rose
    Forme du boitier : Rond
    Détail référence : 2458
    Patek Philippe. A fine, large and rare 18K pink gold wristwatch with unusual lugs

    Description : Lot Description.Patek Philippe. A fine, large and rare 18K pink gold wristwatch with unusual lugs.Signed Patek Philippe, Genève, ref. 2458, movement no. 969'359, case no. 664'559, manufactured in 1951.Cal. 12'''120 nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, swan-neck regulator, silvered dial, applied gold baton, square-shaped and Arabic numerals, circular case, enlarged bezel, snap on back, 18K gold Patek Philippe buckle, case, dial and movement signed.37 mm. diam.View Lot Notes ›

    Date de vente : 23/04/2008
    Pays : États-Unis

    Sothebys #N08433 - 2008-04 - Important Watches
    New York
    ID Lot : 206
    Non vendu
    Estimation :
    • 9000 - 11 000 €
    • 6419 - 7 845 €
    • 9000 - $ 11 000

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    Matière boîtier : Or jaune
    Détail référence : 2458J
    PATEK PHILIPPE - A RARE LARGE GOLD WRISTWATCH 1951 REF 2458J MVT 969455 CASE 667780

    Date de vente : 16/11/2002
    Pays : Suisse

    Antiquorum #32 - 2002-11 - Thematic Auction in Geneva:The Evolution of Forms in Horology
    Geneva
    ID Lot : 571
    Vendu :
    • 6 325 CHF
    • 5 161 €
    • $ 7 231
    Estimation :
    • 11000 - 13 000 CHF
    • 8975 - 10 607 €
    • 12576 - $ 14 863

    Marque : Patek Philippe
    Collection : Calatrava
    Modèle : Calatrava
    Référence : Patek Philippe - 2458

    Catégorie : Montre bracelet
    ID Montre : 721 355
    Calibre : 12 400 STAMPED GENEVA QUALITY HALLMARK
    Matière boîtier : Or jaune
    Couleur cadran : Argent
    Détail référence : 2458 . PRO DUCTION
    Patek Philippe & Cie, Gen

    Description : C. two-body, solid, polished, straight lugs. D. matte silver with applied yellow gold bâton, pyramidal and baton indexes and Arabic numerals, auxiliary seconds dial. Bâton yellow gold hands. M. Cal. 12 '''-400, stamped with the Geneva Quality Hallmark, rhodium-plated, fausses-côtes decoration, 18 je-wels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance ad-justed for heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, shock-ab-sorber, micrometer regulator, self-compensating Breguet balance-spring.Dial, case and movement signed.Diam. 36 mm.