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The “Freak Show” is over! We vintage watch lovers finally get international recognition after the steel Patek Philippe Ref 1518 sold for 11 million swiss franc ! For years people thought that we (the hardcore group of international collectors & dealers) where crazy spending serious money on steel vintag eofzycci. Patek philippe réplique de montrese watches while everyone was buying new complicated gold timepieces as an ‘investment’. Since last Saturday evening after the record breaking bid on the steel 1518 collecting vintage watches has become an established market. Just like collecting vintage cars or art, vintage watches have a bright future ahead. More then triple times the estimate was the result of the effort Aurel Bacs and his team got for selling this exceptional important Patek Philippe…

11 million all in world record is hammed down by maestro Aurel Bacs at Phillips in Geneva…

Melancholically i’m looking back to some 3.5 years ago when I was commissioned to offer € 4 million for this steel Ref 1518 but the strong offer got rejected. A lot has happened since those last 3.5 years in the vintage watch market. As a close spectator I can assure you that I noticed that new, mostly young, collectors are stepping up. Actually the usual suspects where very reserved this auction weekend, hence the some what disappointing results of for instance of the Rolex cloisonné dragon. Nevertheless achieving all over good results tells me that the market is very strong for quality. As we for instance also see in the established art & car market, the supply of great quality has become the mayor problem for auction houses. That doesn’t mean these don’t come to offer but instead of going public, owners choose to sell directly in privat, stimulated by social media like Instagram.

As i’ve said many times before, quality will rule the future, no matter the reference. Finding a fresh vintage Rolex at auction has become en exception and only happens 1 or twice nowadays. Antiquorum had a great tropical brown Ref 6238 of which you could argue if the dial was born in that case but the stunning caramel color doubled the estimate to hammer down at 250K all in that’s CHF 305.000,=

Phillips Watches is indeed the most important auction house at the moment. As big as  Christie, Sotheby’s and Antiquorum combined the market leader perform again selling 93% of the lots and 97% by value. You can read their news over here on their website. Christie’s 14.7 million swiss franc auction sales you find here. Antiquorum’s 5.3 million swiss franc auction news and results you find here and Sotheby’s auction sales you find over here.

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Patek Philippe moonphase, how to set date? Discussion in ' Patek Philippe ' started by amptor , May 27, 2010 .

0 / 5 , amptor Dark Overlord   Joined: May 1, 2007 Messages: 833 Occupation: helicopter transport crew Location: nearby Jetmid's castle Post Ratings: +7 Ok hope I am not too much of a newbie for asking this but here goes. I got a Patek Philippe moonphase watch which is really beautiful but whenever I set the date, if I set the date number the day is always off (for example, today is Wednesday the 26th still in California, but I set it to the 26th and it says Thursday) I noticed the watch has two pushers near the crown that are flush with the case. I don't know what these do or if they do anything. I am guessing they do nothing since this is a 21j watch and I believe it is another rep Miyota movement from the internals I can see through the clear caseback. Well any help would be appreciated, even if someone says it can't be done Thanks   amptor , May 27, 2010 #1 guanaco Trolled softly...   Joined: Jul 16, 2007 Messages: 6,690 Occupation: Student Location: Sidi Power Plant Post Ratings: +0 Er... out of all the Patek Philippe with moon-phases which one are you talking about? lol, pictures would help a lot. If it's a 21J watch then either the moon-phase is faux aka stuck or you have a sun/moon. The only Patek reps I've seen with working moon-phase are the ones with the ST-19 chronograph movement.   guanaco , May 27, 2010 #2 amptor Dark Overlord   Joined: May 1, 2007 Messages: 833 Occupation: helicopter transport crew Location: nearby Jetmid's castle Post Ratings: +7 oh it basically looks like this one and i can set both the date and the day.. but as i said above, always mis matched: item # 21801   amptor , May 27, 2010 #3 fc-1984-chn I'M BANNED!     Joined: May 22, 2010 Messages: 33 Occupation: Physics graduate Location: CHINA GZ Post Ratings: +0 very nice   fc-1984-chn , May 27, 2010 #4 alvinado The Bear Mod     Joined: Aug 27, 2008 Messages: 5,694 Occupation: Sales Manager Location: Singapore Post Ratings: +1 there should be pushers by the side.. one of them advance the day, the other advance the date   alvinado , May 27, 2010 #5 guanaco Trolled softly...   Joined: Jul 16, 2007 Messages: 6,690 Occupation: Student Location: Sidi Power Plant Post Ratings: +0 What Alvi said. Grab a toothpick and push the buttons on the side.   guanaco , May 27, 2010 #6 amptor Dark Overlord   Joined: May 1, 2007 Messages: 833 Occupation: helicopter transport crew Location: nearby Jetmid's castle Post Ratings: +7 Okay I'll try that again. Gotta find me a tooth pick because I'm not about to push some metal object up to these and scratch them. I'm not sure if u have to hold them in. I'm guessing you just push it and then it moves the date. I tried this last night and it didn't do anything so I am guessing the pushers more than likely are faux on this watch. The watch was really cheap so I guess it is to be expected. Sure is a very beautiful watch for the price I paid I love it. I think the gen probably costs over 100k lol. Ooh cool it works thanks guys. My coworker gave me a tooth pic and I guess what I was using to push it last night just wasn't long enough. It was a piece of plastic I had on my desk. This watch is so cool man maybe I should sell all my other reps and keep this one lol.   Last edited by a moderator: May 27, 2010 amptor , May 27, 2010 #7 guanaco Trolled softly...   Joined: Jul 16, 2007 Messages: 6,690 Occupation: Student Location: Sidi Power Plant Post Ratings: +0 Give them a hard push, should work. The Gen is $20,000-$40,000   guanaco , May 27, 2010 #8 amptor Dark Overlord   Joined: May 1, 2007 Messages: 833 Occupation: helicopter transport crew Location: nearby Jetmid's castle Post Ratings: +7 Ya I got it all set now thanks again. I'm amazed that the complications weren't faux on this. fc-1984-chn said: ↑ very nice Click to expand... thanks man. it was mainly the case that drew me to this one. a lot of patek reps have a very plain jane looking case and looks cheap. I like how the lugs on this one are smooth and contour to the rest of the case. It came out really nice and looks a hell of a lot nicer in person too. Plus it costs nowhere near the neighborhood of say a typical Breitling SOSF which I also have.   amptor , May 27, 2010 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content RWI Username or e-mail address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Stay logged in Replica Watch Info Forums > Replica Watches > Other Replicas > Patek Philippe >