Patek 5100 and Patek 5200 showdown
Credits to J.O. for the great photos
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but it really shows how well designed the original 5100 was and I think the yellow gold is a very desirable version. Many thanks for sharing. CC
It was a special watch during the millennium.
Thank you all for your comments
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