There are two ways: reference 2526 is one of the current hot Patek Philippe replica watches. In the past two years, an example of relative standard prices rose sharply, the historical value of collectors finally saw the wrist watch (as the first automatic waterproof Patek Philippe) and purely aesthetic glory achieved a higher level (the case and enamel dial)). But there are other types of 2526-crazy things.
Our watches are likely to break those records – practically impossible – but that doesn’t mean they won’t attract many excited bidders. In the upcoming phillips Hong Kong auction Lot of 814 is a gold medal in 2526, with brick bracelet, Swiss Patek philippe replica watches button with a signature and gilded and mirror the Arabic numeral black dial. According to phillips’ listing plan, it could be a unique product created by a good customer for a special order.
I did some digging into the watch’s past and asked phillips to provide a full medical report so I could get a complete picture of the work. First of all, we can be sure that the dial is actually the original – patek philippe confirmed excerpts from archives “gold-plated black dial, Arabic hour markers” in 1953, was born on the watch. However, we also learned that the bracelet was added later because the work was sold with leather straps. In other words, it was a great game and a real fake Patek Philippe watch, so I wouldn’t worry too much about it. If you want to be very picky, I think you can put it on the strap, but I don’t know why you want it.
In terms of conditions, the watch is in good condition and honest. The watch case logo is intact, the watch ear still retains its shape, the double P crown is the original watch style, the watch is not over-polished. The dial did not show any serious damage – something more commonly seen on the 2526 version of the enamelled dial – but if viewed carefully, there was some wear and tear around the Arabic numerals. Wear is almost invisible without a magnifying glass.
Notably, the cheap Patek Philippe watch was bought by its current owner at a Christie’s auction in November 2012. It was then sold for sfr111,000 and is said to have been sold only a few times since. The watch is certainly not as flashy as some other top-of-the-line $2,526 examples, so it’s interesting to see where the hammer actually goes. The watch is valued at $154,000 to $256,000, meaning it could easily be one of the two or three top-selling versions of the reference auction.