Patek Philippe Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Nautilus

Limited to just 2,000 pieces in all.

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2016 marks the 40-year anniversary of 1976’s infamous Nautilus, a milestone Patek Philippe is celebrating with two limited-edition takes on the iconic timepiece. In both cases, the watches employ specially branded blue PVD-coated 18K yellow gold sunburst dials and diamond hour markers while the 5711/1P comes with a 40mm platinum case and in-house 24 S C movement with a 45-hour power reserve. The 5976/1G, on the other hand, sports a 44mm white gold case and features a caliber CH 28-520 C movement with a 55-hour power reserve.

And both timepieces will cost you a pretty penny. Limited to just 700 pieces, the 5711/1P will retail for $113,400 USD while the 5976/1G’s 1,300 pieces will go for $96,390 USD each.

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