PATEK PHILIPE REF. 5004 titanium Patek Philippe, Genève, Ref. 5004T. Fine and unique split-seconds chronograph wristwatch with 30-minute counter, perpetual calendar, moon phases, leap year and 24-hour indications. Accompanied by a fitted wooden box, Certificate of Origin, setting pin, hangtag and leather folio.

Grading System



EUR 400,000 - 600,000


diameter diameter 36.7 mm
thickness thickness 14.9 mm
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CThree-body, solid, polished, sapphire crystal scew-down caseback, case band with 4 correctors, push button in the crown for the split-seconds function and 2 push-buttons to start (at 2) and stop (at 4) the chronograph. Concave bezel, fluted lugs, sapphire crystals. Case and prong buckle in titanium. Water-resistant.
DSolid gold dial plate. Black with hand-guilloché carbon pattern and gold applied Arabic numerals. Subsidiary dials: 30-minute counter and leap year at 3, days of the month at 6, seconds and 24 hours indication at 9, apertures for the days of the week, the months and the moon phases, outer 1/5th seconds track. White gold leaf-shaped hands.
MCal. CHR 27-70 PS Q, stamped with the Geneva Seal quality hallmark, rhodium-plated, Geneva striping decoration, 28 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, Gyromax® balance, shock absorber, self-compensating Breguet balance spring.


Patek Philippe Patek Philippe was founded in Geneva in 1839 by Antoine Norbert de Patek and François Czapek. Since that date, Patek Phillippe has perpetuated the art of fine watchmaking in Geneva, boasting an unrivaled reputation and setting the highest technical and esthetic standards within the industry. In the hands of the Stern family since 1932, the company is managed today by President Thierry Stern, Honorary President Philippe Stern, and CEO Claude Peny. Patek Philippe is the last independent family-owned manufacture in Geneva. Patek Philippe’s complete creative freedom allows it to conceive, develop, and produce watches that specialists over the world consider the finest. Along with its exceptional traditions and heritage, Patek Philippe places great importance on innovation, having registered over 80 patents. Every component and movement is submitted to unequaled quality control, benefiting from precise hand-finishing and incomparable attention to detail. The Patek Philippe manufacture and administrative headquarters are locate in Plan-les-Ouates, while the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva, born from Philippe Stern’s legendary passion for exceptional timepieces, houses an extraordinary and unique collection of watches, automata, and miniatures enamels dating from 16th century to the present.