The name Patek Philippe is one of the most powerful brands in the entire watch industry. It is synonymous with class, conservatism, high auction value, price legitimacy, and some of the best-looking traditional watches that are now or ever made. Patek Philippe Replica Watches is still an independent company whose secrets and plans are closely guarded, and its most unique watches are usually shipped directly from the factory to the world’s most prestigious collectors – never displayed in store counters or in shop windows. When it comes to high-end watch auction prices, Patek Philippe is ahead of all other watchmakers to achieve regular, record prices.

The value of most Patek Philippe watches during the auction process is not very small and is extremely rare, usually a unique work for a particular collector. Most of these custom-made Swiss Patek Philippe Watches were produced in the first half of the 20th century, when Patek Philippe became more open to design and product experiments. Although some of its most valuable timepieces (including pockets and watches) are produced in the modern era. aBlogtoWatch brings together the world’s rarest and most valuable Patek Philippe watches in terms of price, starting with 15 pieces. The list may grow over time as auction results or new watches worth more than $1,500,000 are available for sharing.

Supercomplication is one of the most complex and historically important watches ever made by Patek Philippe Replica, or indeed, any other watch manufacturer. This 18K gold pocket watch has two dials, 24 complex features, more than 900 parts and weighs over 1 pound, surpassing the mechanical complexity limit of any other watch previously produced. In addition to other complex features, there is a perpetual calendar, a minute repeater with Westminster bells, a stellar time and astronomical map, including a map of the Manhattan sky. After five years of planning and assembly, it was delivered to its client Henry Graves Jr. in 1933, a millionaire banker and an avid watch collector from New York, responsible for some of the world’s most valuable Patek Philippe watches.