Best of Watchville An In-Depth Guide To Patek Philippe Vintage Chronographs
In the initial segment of what vows to be a progressing arrangement of articles in organization with Alex Ghotbi, Head of Watches, Continental Europe and Middle East, at Phillips, Revolution’s Wei Koh assumes the subject of vintage Patek Philippe chronographs. The Revolution organizer follows the historical backdrop of the chronograph, addressing the basic commitments of Louis Moinet and Nicolas Mathieu Rieussec before rapidly proceeding onward to the current matter, chronograph wristwatches from Patek Philippe.
Patek Philippe ref. 130 steel chronograph with area dial and tachymeter scale. (Picture by John Goldberger by means of connected article.)
Over the course of around 10,000 words, the article spreads out the key references and their dates of creation while featuring the different dial designs that can be found inside each reference just as the developments utilized. Areas are outlined by Alex Ghotbi, whose commitments add significant setting for authorities – for instance, he discusses the slight contrasts in measurements between steel variants and gold renditions of the ref. 130. The story is represented with photos of the significant watches it covers, with specific images replicated with consent from John Goldberger’s Patek Philippe Steel Watches.
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