Patek Philippe’s name is the most powerful in the entire watch industry. It is synonymous with class, conservatism, high auction value, price legitimacy, and some of the best-looking traditional Replica watches now or in the past. Patek Philippe Replica is still an independent company, whose secrets and plans are tightly protected, and its highest-end Swiss watches are usually transferred directly from the factory to the world’s most prestigious collectors, never displayed in-store counters or display windows. When it comes to high-end watch auction prices, Patek Philippe leads the way. It is easy to control all other watchmakers in terms of achieving regular, record prices.
Most Replica Patek Philippe Watches generate little fortune at auction because the treasures made for special collectors are rare and often unique. Most of these custom Patek Philippe watches were produced in the first half of the 20th century when Patek Philippe was more open to design and product experimentation. Although some of its most valuable watches (including pockets and watches) have been produced in modern times. Starting with the 15-piece collection, UORO brings together the world’s rarest and most valuable Patek Philippe watches in terms of price. The list may grow over time as auction results or new watches worth more than $ 1.5 million is available for sharing.
There is no doubt that the Sky Moon Tourbillon is one of the most well-known watches made by Fake Patek Philippe. Early last year, in 2013, the manufacturer introduced its follow-up model, now called 6002G. The 6002G engraving is adorned with an 18k white gold case, and its extremely complicated (perhaps skipped) engraving has succeeded in taking its predecessor’s striking appearance to another level. Beyond the amazing aesthetics, this reference hides Patek’s most sophisticated watch movement. The front of the watch shows the time, the perpetual calendar with retrograde dates, and the phase of the moon, while the dial on the back is reserved for more unresolved issues. It depicts illustrations of stars in the northern sky, along with 24-hour-scale side real-time indications, meridian passage times for Sirius and the moon, as well as angular progress and lunar phases.
Although there is no sapphire window shown in the platinum box (because it has a double-sided dial), the regulating organ for movement is a one-minute tourbillon. It consists of 69 parts with a total weight of only 0.3 grams and is one of the few tourbillons that actually submits to strict timing tests. Its rate fluctuation is set to no more than -2 and +1 seconds per day. Finally, the Sky Moon Tourbillon’s 686-component caliber also has a one-minute repeater, knocking the time with two cathedrals gongs-the time shown on the front dial. Since only two were produced by Patek, all of them engraved with the goodness of High Hogray cost about $ 1.5 million. This is not much more than the standard reference 5002 Sky Moon Tourbillon.
This piece was manufactured in 1947 and sold in 1950. It was auctioned by Christie’s in November 2013 and is one of three known references 1563. Based on 1436, it is a dual chronograph, and it also has 1436 on the back of the waterproof screw case. The difference lies in the additional features and complexity of the minute-second timing mechanism. This complication is called one of the most difficult to assemble and produce.
This particular piece is unique in three iterations of 1563, as it has glowing Breguet numerals and a glowing swordsman-all original Swiss replica watches. What is noticed in Patek’s documentation about this watch is that it actually has 1436 stamped on the inside of its case, although it is not written, is this due to a lack of properly stamped components, or just because someone has a hard time The night before the night as this beautiful piece of Sam. We are convinced that due to its bold numbers, beautifully balanced dial layout and its sublime complexity, this watch is timeless in movement, and we dare to say that a more sporty appearance makes this piece highly desirable for collectors today and tomorrow.
The rarest in the world, so the most expensive Copy Patek Philippe Watches are unique creations that carry one or more unique achievements that set them apart from others. Having said that, this prototype pilot’s watch from 1936 was just something else. First, its movement was actually in 1912, and just about 24 years later, it was set on the nickel-chrome shell seen above. Equipped with the so-called “divisible center seconds and hour angle dials”, this unique prototype only has one corresponding to it, because Top Patek only knows two such counterfeit watches.
This strange term “hour angle dial” actually means that the hour hand rotates once in 24 hours, which means that the arc is divided into 360 by the center circle. The “minute” hand rotates every 4 hours and is read at 60. The two-second hand rotates every 4 minutes to display angular minutes. Therefore, the time shown on the watch is 332 8.5 °, which translates to 22 hours, 8 minutes, and 30 seconds, which is the time displayed by all watches in books and catalogs. The 56 mm diameter piece is designed to be worn by pilots on the outside of flight suits. Christie’s auction house sold a truly unique and very interesting work for $ 1,710,690 on May 11, 2009.
Sometimes things don’t have to be so complicated, it’s desirable, and, for some, extremely valuable. The big watch is now, which makes the important watch in the past is particularly big time in high demand. In the special auction world, high demand equals unlimited bidding. A typical example is this Monopusher chronograph from 1932: in an 18k gold case with a diameter of 46mm, it was not only considered to be a very large watch at the time, but it was still Patek Philippe replica that usually made the unknown field more conservative Big and small pieces.
Produced as special orders and sold to Count Carlo Felice Trossi, President of Scuderia Ferrari, not only this watch is rare, but it also has a significant added value for the owner. It is rare to have such an early photo, not only of the first owner but also of him actually wearing a watch. In the background above, it’s Ferrari’s president, proudly wearing his custom-made, 46mm Patek single-button chronograph in his sleeve, where he probably wears the benefits of it more easily accessible because of his timing lap. Sold by Sotheby’s in May 2008 for $ 2.24 million, this watch once again proves the great interest in important and unusually large watches of the past.
Over the years (well, centuries), Replica Patek Philippe has created a fantastic array of different references, most of which you will find in our selection. Although 1591 may just be something you haven’t heard of before, it’s clear that when you learn that it appeared on the cover of Christie’s 2007 important pocket watch and watch catalog in Geneva, it has something special. Its unique fusion, ultra-fine aesthetics and amazingly complex internal work make 1591 an extremely ideal piece, even among other historic watches. It seems that this is not enough, let us add that there are only two pieces, yes, two pieces have been made before. One of Christie’s auction houses is of the same type, the only one being stored in stainless steel, while the other is 18k gold coins. Although it was made in 1944-very early and tortured by war, and also uses a material that Patek has avoided in due course-this work has a lot to offer.
According to Christie’s notes, this watch was known to literature and the market until 1996. This was its first auction and when it broke the world record for stainless steel watches sold at auction. According to Patek’s notes, the piece was sold by its retailer in India, and as Christie’s said, it was actually “a pride of Maharaja who occasionally wears a sturdy watch while playing polo. Then It was given as a gift to the person in charge of organizing a wedding in Maharaja. After shooting an amazing $ 2,240,714, what we know is that this piece can now be found at the Fake Patek Philippe Watch Museum… Never thought about being a wedding organizer in the UK