1, Grandmaster Chime 6300A-010
The Patek Philippe Ref. 6300A was sold at the 8th Only Watch Charity Auction for CHF 31 million, or about Rs. 218 million, making it the most expensive Patek Philippe watch. As the most expensive Patek Philippe watch, it was made in 2014 to commemorate Patek Philippe’s 175th anniversary, and is the most complicated watch in Patek Philippe’s history, with a double-sided dial and 20 complications, which took a total of more than 11 years to develop, manufacture, and assemble in a limited edition of seven pieces.
2, The Henry Graves Jr. Supercomplication
This super-complicated pocket watch was custom-made by Patek Philippe for New York banker Henry Graves Jr in the 1930s. The watch took five years to complete by hand and Henry Graves Jr’s name was permanently engraved on the dial. After the 2014 Geneva Sotheby’s auction, the Patek Philippe watch price of 21.3 million U.S. dollars, becoming Patek Philippe’s most expensive watch models.
3, Reference 1527 Perpetual Calendar in 18k Rose gold
How much is the Patek Philippe? The watch was sold at Christie’s in 2010 in an auction deal for about 40 million plus Rs. MAIgoo editors have learned that the watch was in a collection until it appeared in the public eye, and then with the help of the Patek Philippe archives it was identified as a 1527 Perpetual Calendar, one of two models of this model complication made by Patek Philippe. Made between 1943 and 1944, this 1527 uses 18K yellow gold and a Cal.13 movement with perpetual calendar, moon phase, and chronograph functions.
4, Calibre 89 Grand Complication
Fourth on the Patek Philippe price list, this Caliber 89 was made in 1989 to celebrate Patek Philippe’s 150th anniversary. As Patek Philippe’s most expensive watch, it represents the very best of Patek Philippe’s watchmaking expertise, with 33 stunning complications, including a perpetual calendar that runs through the 28th century without any adjustments. The pocket watch was sold at the 2004 Antiquorum auction for US$5.12 million.
5, Reference 2458 Observatory Chronometer for J.B. Champion
Patek Philippe price list fifth, MaiGoo.com editors have seen in the news. The main values of the watch are, firstly, the use of one of the only two surviving N861 chronometer competition movements, and secondly, the platinum model customized for the famous lawyer J.B CHAMPION. It features an engraving of J.B Champion’s name on the dial at 6 o’clock, as well as an engraving of the chronometer movement number at 3 o’clock. A platinum bracelet and a diamond-set dial are attached to this one-of-a-kind customized chronometer movement.
6, Reference 5004T Titanium for Only Watch Auction
Although Patek Philippe has ceased production of the Reference 5004, at the fifth Only Watch auction (held in September 2013) they went on to create a definitive and totally unique version of the 5004T. in a highly polished titanium case, a material rarely used by Patek Philippe. What makes the design even more unique than other 5004 versions (and other Patek Philippe watches in general) is the dial made of solid gold, hand-engraved with a chevron pattern. #Patek Philippe watches
The watch is powered by the watchmaker’s amazing caliber CHR 27-70Q, which is based on a movement created exclusively for Patek Philippe by Nouvelle Lemania. Its features include a one-second chronograph and a perpetual calendar with moon phase indication. There is no doubt that the 5004T was an unusual and very special watch for Patek Philippe. This sentiment is strongly reflected in the price of the auction lot.
7, 1928 Single-Button Chronograph
Produced in 1928, the watch was a product of the Patek Philippe depression and was ordered by an anonymous buyer. At Christie’s 2011 auction, the watch was sold for $363,7408, ranking eighth on the list of Patek Philippe watch prices. Buy.com editors learned that the main value of this watch is —- This is the only white gold single button chronograph watch left by Patek Philippe, its white dial is in the shape of a tonneau, the two secondary bezels are placed at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock, and its hour and minute hands are extremely charming in design.
8, 5004T Only Watch Auction Special Edition
Sixth on the Patek Philippe price list, the dial of this watch is made of solid gold and is decorated with hand-engraved guilloché patterns, and the black leather strap is fitted with a carbon fiber pattern. As Patek Philippe’s most expensive watch, it is equipped with the Nouvelle Lémania-based caliber CHR 27-70 Q, which has 407 parts and features a split-seconds chronograph and a perpetual calendar. The watch was sold for 2.95 million euros, at the 5th Only Watch charity auction.
9, Ref. 2499 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph in Pink Gold
The watch was the star of the 2018 Sotheby’s Hong Kong Autumn Auction, sold at a doubly impressive HK$23.52 million, or about 21,018,800 yuan, setting a record for the most expensive wristwatch in the history of Asian auctions, and ranking ninth on the list of Patek Philippe watch prices. The watch was made in 1971, and only six of them exist in the world, while its watch prototype was born in 1951, when a total of 349 were produced, most of which were in yellow gold cases, with only a few in pink gold and platinum.
10, World Time 2523
The most expensive Patek Philippe watch was sold at Christie’s in 2012 for nearly $3 million, making it one of the most expensive Patek Philippe models. The watch was made in 1955, using the world time system invented by Louis Cottier in 1931, and was favored by many watch fans. One of the more unusual aspects of the watch is a hand-drawn miniature map of North America in the center of the dial.