The Nautilus (to me) has acquired a negative touch, given all these "new customers". They have not much in common with traditional qualities of Patek. To me vintage Rolex is much more interesting, if you are looking for sports watches. A high-quality Rolex from the past requires connoisseurship. Not
You are welcome! The later ("3rd Series") came with the 324 movement. The original production ("1st" and "2nd Series") came with the 315 movement. BTW, I agree with you regarding the Breguet style dials of the 3rd series... Not my taste either. Also, these watches are far less attractive as they wer
To my knowledge, the piece initially came with baton markers and (approx. mid-90s) also with the roman numerals. I guess that's what they might have called 1st and 2nd series. 3rd series is probably the last run in the early 2000s where Patek decided to build some more pieces. These have a different
... hand finished all pieces until 2005 or so. That is well documented in official material. I have no reliable information regarding current production but would assume hand finishing as well. In doubt just buy the excellent pieces porduced before 2000/2005.