Vintage Patek Philippe, Coin Watches and Ellipse Letter Opener with John Reardon
Perpetually Patek • 47m
The illustrious history of Patek Philippe has resulted in watches that span a wide range of styles, mechanics, and functions. John Reardon visited our New York Collector's Lounge to talk with Tim Mosso and Brian Govberg about some of the more unknown watches from the company's past, like an Ellipse letter opener and the Beta-21 quartz watch. The conversation also focuses on Patek Philippe's evolving design languages with their early Perpetual Calendar and pocket watches.
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