July 11, 2014
This is the highly complicated Patek Philippe reference 5004 in platinum from 2010 which has now been discontinued and highly collectible. The reference 5004 was introduced in 1996 and there was an estimated 12 pieces made each year until the Patek Philippe reference 5204 was introduced in 2012. What is amazing about this watch is the fact that it is a perpetual calendar moonphase in addition to split second chronograph. Further, this particular watch has the most desired combination of platinum metal with an original black Arabic dial. The Patek Philippe reference 5004 was one of the last models to feature the Lemania based movement. This is truly one of the last watches made from an iconic generation of Patek Philippe.