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This is a very rare Nautilus men's wristwatch, by Patek Philippe. This particular model is a 3712/1A, which was only produced for a very short period, believed to be approximately a year between 2005 and 2006, just before Patek released the 5712/1A. Approximately 700-900 pieces were made across 2 series. The first series is represented by 3 red dots on the power reserve indicator, whilst the second series has 4 red dots on the power reserve indicator. This particular piece is a second series, with 4 red dots.
The watch features a black grey dial with a small seconds sub-dial, a date indicator with moonphase display and a power reserve indicator. Sapphire crystal protects the front of the dial as well as the exhibition casebase, where the automatic movement can be viewed.
Crafted from stainless steel, the watch is complemented with a stainless steel bracelet and a concealed double deployant clasp.
In unpolished condition, this sought after timepiece is truly excellent and comes complete with a Patek Philippe box and papers dated February 2006.