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Black Dial with Raised Gold Arabic Numerals, Subsidiary Second Hand and Sapphire Crystal Highest Quality Black Patek Philippe Crocodile Strap with 18K Yellow Gold Patek Philippe Deployant Clasp Reference No: 5000-J Case Diameter: 35mm Handmade Swiss Automatic Movement with Sapphire Exhibition Caseback Certified Pre-Owned, Like New Condition with Patek Philippe Box and complete with a written Warranty

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patek philippe watches ebay Buy a Pristine Rolex or a Patek Philippe for Less Than $10,000 On Wednesday in New York, Sotheby's will auction off an extremely well-curated selection of vintage and modern timepieces at its Important Watches auction with lots from $1,000 to $2.5 million. If you're a collector on the rise, here are 15 lots to watch. by Hannah Elliott @HannahElliott More stories by Hannah Elliott

Sotheby's New York will conduct Important Watches  on June 8 at 10 a.m. (Lots 1-100) and 2 p.m. (Lots 101-213).

Lot 5 — Rolex Daytona Ref. 116519

Normally seen in steel, this circa 2000 automatic chronograph is made in 18K white gold and runs 40mm wide. "A burgeoning watch collector, particularly one interested in vintage pieces, should look for brand name, rarity, condition, and complications (like the 12-hour and 30-minute registers here) when building his collection," said Nate Borgelt, a specialist in Watches & Clocks for Sotheby's. Estimate: $8,000 to $12,000.

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Lot 6 — Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6000

A modern example of the classic Calatrava, this fine 18K white gold automatic Patek was made in 2006 with sapphire crystal caseback. The 38mm watch has a black leather strap and white stitching, with white numbers on a black dial, plus an outer chapter ring for the date. It comes with the original factory box.  Estimate:  $8,000 to $12,000.

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Lot 158 — Rolex President Ref. 1803

Made in 1977 and known colloquially as the "President," this shiny gold Rolex (here at 36mm in 18K pink gold) is what people mean when they talk shiny gold Rolex. This classic comes with a champagne dial showing automatic day, date, and time.  Estimate: $7,000 to $9,000.

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Lot 14 — Patek Philippe Ref. 5107

Made in 2005, this automatic center-seconds Patek with date aperture is a rare find in platinum. Resolutely classic, and 37mm wide, it's considered by Sotheby's one of the few Pateks that make a great everyday watch. Estimate: $8,000 to $12,000.

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Lot 58 — Patek Philippe ca. 1920

Almost 100 years old, this fine 18K yellow gold "Officer"-style wristwatch (31mm) fronts a white enamel dial with Breguet-styled indexes and blued steel spade hands. High prices don't necessarily correlate with good timekeeping, Borgelt said. This is a special case of an affordable and iconic, manually wound watch that is also well-made and precise.  Estimate: $5,000 to $7,000.

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Lot 115 — Jaeger-LeCoultre World Time Ref. 150.8.22

With 41 jewels in the automatic movement and a 46mm width, there's a lot going on with this circa 2006 stainless steel automatic chronograph from Jaeger-LeCoultre. Complications indicate the date, day vs. night, power reserve, plus a revolving chapter ring with 23 cities on a busy black dial with red contrasts. Estimate: $5,000 to $7,000.

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Lot 112 — Ulysse Nardin Ref. 329-80 The pushers on this Ulysse Nardin automatic perpetual calendar dual-time watch allow the wearer to easily and seamlessly change the local time, which is one of those nifty mechanical complications that can seem like magic. The 38mm timepiece was made in 2010 with silvered guilloché dial and comes in limited-edition platinum.  Estimate: $6,000 to $8,000.

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Lot 114 — Panerai PAM 0025

Statement making at 43mm, this spunky, limited-edition titanium Luminor Submersible was made in 2001. Its large "cushion form" case shape is unique and distinctly Panerai with a black textured dial and unidirectional rotating bezel for diving (plus extra rubber strap). Estimate: $3,000 to $5,000.

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Lot 117 — Rolex Daytona Ref. 16520

Rolex's blue chip reputation has been built on its sport watches: This 39mm stainless steel automatic chronograph Rolex Daytona has a steel bracelet and a modified version of the famous Zenith El Primero (cal. 4030) mechanical movement inside. "As this particular model has been recently discontinued, now is a great time to invest," said Borgelt. Estimate: $7,000 to $9,000.

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Lot 102 — IWC Top Gun Ref. 3799

Made in 2008, this IWC split-seconds chronograph is one of the few complicated watches that are rare but still relatively affordable, according to Borgelt. The matte ceramic case measures large at 46mm, and comes with a matte black dial, 30-minute and 12-hour registers, plus day and date functions. Estimate: $5,000 to $7,000.

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Lot 155 — Rolex Prince Ref. 971

This rare silver rectangular Rolex Prince (26mm by 42mm) was made in 1938. It's also known as the "Doctor's Watch," because of the separated seconds on the two-tone dial. "This watch has seen significant interest in the past, so it may be due for a renaissance," Borgelt said, hinting not so subtly at its relatively conservative estimate. Estimate:  $7,500 to $9,500.

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Lot 175 — Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Re. 27482

Made in 2014 and sized to match (44mm), this modern 18K pink gold and black ceramic wristwatch fronts classic Gerald Genta design: octagonal bezel, black hobnail dial, screw-down crown, multiple registers, and date window. Its a solid entry point for collectors into the AP ecosystem.  Estimate:  $10,000 to $15,000.

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Lot 199 — Patek Philippe Ref. 3802/205

Made in 1995, this Patek automatic center-seconds has an integrated 18K yellow gold bracelet. At 33mm, it's slim and bright enough to wear as a dress watch or even on a daily basis. Estimate:  $6,000 to $8,000.

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Lot 159 — Rolex Datejust Ref. 6605

This 36mm Rolex Datejust (left) has a rare pink gold case and bracelet (with Oyster clasp) and was made circa 1956. It's an early example of the Datejust, especially one with a black lacquer dial and applied pink dagger indexes; the dial remains in original condition, although with some spotting.  Estimate: $8,000 to $12,000.

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Lot 200 — Patek Philippe Dual Time Ref. 5034

Classic Patek: 18K yellow gold case (33mm), dual-time functionality, and 24-hour indication with a useful traveling design. It was made in 1998 and looks particularly fresh with the white dial, yellow gold hobnail bezel, and black strap combo.  Estimate:  $8,000 to $12,000.

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Hands-On with the Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6006G April 4, 2017 Su Jia Xian (SJX) Sharing is caring!

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One of Patek Philippe ‘s latest releases at Baselworld 2016 , but little noticed (the retro perpetual ref. 5320G got most of the attention), is the Calatrava ref. 6006G.

It’s the third generation of an unusual series of watches that are easily one of the most distinctive contemporary Calatrava models, characterised by a functional, vaguely military look blended with elements of Bauhaus.

The series began with the ref. 5000G , produced in 1992 and 1993 in a limited edition of 1000 watches. With a black dial, radial Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds between four and five, the ref. 5000G was a departure from the typical Calatrava look and sold well. In the wake of its success variants in other metals with different dial styles were later added.

But the ref. 5000G was typical of the time and only 33mm. So 13 years later in 2005 – product cycles were much longer not that long ago – Patek Philippe returned to the same design with the ref. 6000G. The new model preserved the dial styling, but became more functional with a pointer date, as well as growing the case to 37mm. Again, variations in other colours were subsequently introduced.

A noteworthy example of the model was the one of a kind ref. 6000T in titanium created in 2007 for Geneva charity Children Action, which sold for the third time at auction last year for just over US$240,000.

Unique Ref. 6000T “Children Action” with two-tone dial

Now the quirky aesthetic returns with the ref. 6006G, essentially the same thing but bigger.

The white gold case is now a good 39mm in diameter. Despite being slightly larger the overall proportions have been largely preserved, with the off-centre seconds positioned well and not too far from the edge of the dial, as is often the case is enlarged designs.

Various aesthetic tweaks were also executed, all of which improve the look. The hands are now large, improving legibility, but open-worked so as not to leave them looking too heavy.

The pointer hand for the date is now tipped with an arrowhead, rather than a bracket. Functionally it’s identical but the sharp point looks slightly more purposeful.

Both the minute track and seconds are now finished in white, giving the dial more contrast.

Best of all, however, is an element that’s difficult to discern, at least initially. Though the dial is largely black, it has four different surface finishes, each on a separate level. The most obvious is the concentric stamping on the silvered surface of the minute track and subsidiary seconds.

More notably, the black portions of the dial have three varied finishes, giving the sections different tones despite the colour being the same.

The outermost ring for the date has a grained surface and is slightly raised, while the track for the hour numerals has a circular brushing. And finally the central portion of the dial has a radial brushed finish.

From the back the calibre 240 PS C is visible. The view is no different from other Patek Philippe watches with this calibre, a slim automatic with micro-rotor. Like all Patek Philippe movements it’s equipped with a silicon hairspring.

It’s an attractive and reliable movement, though one could wish for a more artisanal or decorative finish.

Price and availability

Priced at SFr27,000 or S$40,400, and will be available later in 2017, the Calatrava ref. 6006G-001 is priced comparably to other Calatrava models, but the ask is still somewhat steep for a simple watch with a date. But if one is in the market for an entry-level Patek Philippe, the ref. 6006G is arguably the most interesting of the range.