I do believe that it may have had some work done. The #7 marker overlaps the sub seconds dial. This is kind of a tell tale that dial work was done by somone other than Patek. Enjoy wearing this in good health!
I purchased it for several reasons. Over the past 3-5 years I have noticed that the secondary prices of RM's have risen significantly (including the 016). I had several watches I was NOT wearing, so I sold them and put the funds into an RM016 which I now wear on a very regular basis. It is an extrem
I am a Patek snob. Most vintage Patek. I noticed that I had many watches that I was not wearing. I have watched RM for several years and thought this is a watch that I could wear. So about 8 months ago I sold 4 vintage Pateks I was not wearing and bought my first RM. LOVE it. Wear it all the time. T
I keep all my watches that are not on a winder in a home safe. I live in a highrise so no worries about thieves. I have several travel cases depending on how many watches I'm taking (2,4 and 10). I do keep a few pieces on a winder, however, only those that are difficult to set. I have a vintage AP P
I have many Pateks that have gone back to Geneva for restoration. Not only is the movement serviced, but the dial has been restored back to original condition. Most all collectors think this is sacrilegious. My decision to restore a watch, really begins with the condition of the watch prior to resto