Nautilus "Early Medium Model"
Patek Service History
As fresh as when it was produced a quarter-century ago, this rare medium-size Nautilus, reference 3900 in stainless steel was produced in small numbers from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s. Exceptionally, the watch has a Sigma dial – notice the tiny Greek letters printed at the dial's lower edge. This signifier of high-quality white gold markers is normally only found on 1970s watches, but infrequently some late-model Pateks have Sigma dials, the present one being such an example.
The alluring smoky blue-grey dial (named on the Archive Extract as 'black matte ribbed') compliments the brushed and polished steel of the classic Gerald Genta-designed 'sports' case. Inside is the venerable E23SC movement, a slim 2.5mm calibre still used in the Nautilus 7010 to this day. The watch has Patek Philippe service history, and is simply irreplaceable in this absolutely exceptional condition.
Stock No. 14102
Material: Stainless Steel
Movement: Patek Philippe Quartz E 23 SC
Box: Patek Philippe Travel Pouch
Papers: Patek Service History
Strap: Stainless Steel
Our price: SOLD
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