Patek Philippe 3700/1-A Beyer

Released to the public by Patek Philippe in 1976, the Nautilus has since become a classic for watch collectors. Inspired by the portholes of ships, the watch was designed by Gerald Genta, also the mind behind the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. The model we’re offering is a reference 3700/1-A Nautilus retailed by Beyer, Patek Philippe’s longest standing retailer. The dial is stamped with the retailer signature at 6 o’clock which, in our opinion, brings a great balance to the piece. Double signed watches are exceptionally collectible, as displayed through the Auctioneer Philipps’ Double Signed thematic auction. The present example is in exceptional condition with its original dial that has aged to a beautiful dark brown and its original clasp, buckle, crown and tight bracelet. Accompanied by its Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives