1986 Stainless Steel Patek Philippe Ellipse (Ref. 3931) "Beyer" Cosigned Dial W/ Archive
There is the saying that “You never actually own a Patek Philippe. You merely look after it for the next generation.” and we think this couldn't be truer with this stainless steel Elipse Ref. 3931. Some of the rarest and most sought after Patek Philippe watches were manufactured in stainless steel, this is because the vast majority of Patek watches are produced in precious metals, excluding the Nautilus of course.
This Ref. 3931 remains fully original and features a beautiful and untouched white porcelain dial, that is cosigned with the retailer Beyer. Cosigned dials are some of the most collectible dial variants for vintage watches, as their production and availability are very scarce. This watch also includes its original strap and buckle, and comes complete with an "Extract From The Archive". This watch is powered by the impressive Patek E23-C inhouse quartz movement.
This Patek is classic, timeless, and also versatile. Having a traditional dress watch appearance with the stainless steel case makes this watch universal within your wardrobe, whether it be paired with a tuxedo or casual attire.
|White Porcelain "Beyer"
|2pc Patek Philippe Crocodile Leather Strap with SS Patek Philippe Buckle
The excellent stainless steel case shows very little wear from use. The Patek Philippe signed stainless steel crown remains original to the watch. The sapphire crystal is free of blemishes. The original Patek Philippe crocodile leather strap lightly worn and the stainless steel Patek Philippe buckle is original to the watch.
The stunning white porcelain "Beyer" cosigned dial is in excellent original condition. The railway outer minute track and Roman numerals create a wonderful contrast making the dial highly visible. The original hands remain in flawless condition.
The watch comes with Patek Philippe Extract From the Archive. The watch is keeping time and running flawlessly, extended service history is unknown.