Gallery: Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition In New York City

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Earlier this month, Patek Philippe hosted The Patek Philippe Art of Watch Grand Exhibition here in New York City at Cipriani 42nd Street. The show brought some of the best Patek’s vault has to offer, and for this go (this is a traveling exhibition), Patek has included timepieces with distinctly American ties, from a clock gifted to John F. Kennedy to Ralph Teetor’s Minute Repeater. If you didn’t have a chance to visit the exhibit, we’ve pulled together a small gallery of highlights from the show. Enjoy!

Minute Repeater made for Ralph Teetor; circa 1925.

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Duke Ellington’s ref. 1563 Split Second Chronograph.
A quartz clock given to President John F. Kennedy by West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt. It shows the time in Moscow, Washington, and Berlin.
Joe DiMaggio’s ref. 130J.

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Stainless steel Calatrava ref. 96 SC; circa 1934
56mm Aviator’s Watch; circa 1936
5522A Limited Edition Pilot’s Calatrava.

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Calibre 89. This features 33 complications, 1,728 parts, and it took 9 years to build.
New York 2017 Special Edition ref. 5531 with a stunning Cloisonné enamel dial.
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