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The 2017 Best Patek Philippe Replica Grand Exhibition

Today, the Patek Philippe Art of Watches Grand Exhibition is open to the public, and we had an opportunity to walk through it with none other than Thierry Stern yersterday, the CEO of Patek Philippe. If you’re wondering what the show is like, we can definitely say – as the saying goes – that it’s “just what it says on the tin.” This really is a Grand Exhibition, with an incredible diversity of watches and clocks spanning centuries of production.
Of course there is a perfectly comprehensive choice of current and contemporary Patek Philippe replica watches ranging from the simple to the most complex, and here Patek has been able to strive for comprehensiveness with great success – you can see a phenomenal range of the cheap Patek Philippe’s more modern production watches. There are also two rooms devoted to high complications, including repeaters, astronomical complications, and the fake Patek’s signature perpetual calendar chronograph watches, with a separate room devoted to high complication movements (that has a virtual reality installation that you really have to try; it’s good clean horological fun).
Of course, the exhibition is quite logistically complex and though it is in theory a regular traveling show, it’s been two years since it last went live (the last time was in London). Visiting the exhibition, you can understand why – it’s located inside the cavernous main room of Cipriani 42nd Street, and the Patek has constructed a two story, building-inside-a-building to house the whole show. A major feature of the New York version of the show is the addition of a room housing Pateks that were owned and worn by major American figures from industry, politics, and the arts and here you can see cheap watches owned by such greats as Joe DiMaggio and Duke Ellington, and a clock gifted to John F. Kennedy during the Cold War. 
Patek hasn’t just brought Patek Philippe watches to New York, either. The Patek Philippe replica Museum in Geneva has contributed a number of rare early timepieces, the oldest of which dates to the early 1500s and the very birth of watchmaking itself. If you’re interested not only in Patek, but in the social, cultural, and technical history of timekeeping itself this is a must-see. The Art of replica Watch, Grand Exhibition will be open to the general public free of charge from 10:00am to 7:00pm Monday through Sunday, and with special extended evening hours on Thursday, July 20th from 10:00am to 9:00pm. More info on location and admission is right here and we hope to see you there!

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Art of Watches Grand Exhibition for the replica Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe’s “Art of Watches Grand Exhibition” will be coming to New York in mid-July, as we mentioned way back in October. This exhibition will consist of a completely huge range of important watches and clocks, covering not only Patek Philippe’s history, but the history of watch and clockmaking in general, going back over four centuries. Patek has just announced that, especially for the U.S. opening of the exhibition, a room dedicated to important watches commissioned by, or owned by, major figures in American history, will be included in the exhibition. The exhibition will be in New York from July 13 through 23 at Cipriani 42nd Street, and will be approachable to the general public, free of charge.  Patek Philippe
Apart from the dedicated U.S. exhibition space, the exhibition will include rooms dedicated to the company’s current collection, together with a Museum Room, a Grand Complications Room, and a Rare Handcrafts Gallery. Watches shown will include not only those made by the fake Patek Philippe, but also historically important timepieces dating from the late Renaissance, from the Patek Philippe Museum. Here are four of the important Patek Philippe cheap watches that will be shown in the U.S. Historic Room. Patek Philippe petek_phillipe_1068818
“The Packard” was commissioned by James Ward Packard in 1927, and is one of the most complicated Patek Philippe replica watches ever made; it includes a minute repeater, perpetual calendar, running equation of time (equation of time marchant), and sunrise and sunset times. Besides, the back has a highly detailed star chart, showing the stars visible at any time of year rising and setting in the sky above Warren, Ohio – Packard’s birthplace.
As everyone interested in watches finds out sooner or later, there was a bit of an arms race between James Ward Packard and Henry Graves, with each attempting to outdo the other in both the cost and complexity of the timepieces they ordered from Patek. For Graves, the best weapon was the ground-breaking, record-setting watch now known as the Graves “Supercomplication,” which hammered for about $24 million at auction in 2014. However Henry Graves owned many other fake watches as well, and six pieces from his collection, from the Patek Philippe Museum, will be in the US Historic room – including this one, with grande et petite sonnerie, minute repeater, and perpetual calendar with moonphase.
This particular Patek replica was given to DiMaggio by the owners of the New York Yankees, and was made in 1948. Currently in a personal collection, it has been loaned to replica Patek Philippe for the exhibition.
This clock was announced by Will Brandt, Mayor of West Berlin, to John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963 (the day after his famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech). The book, Patek Philippe Museum Vol. II, says, “This portable clock, suitable with a completely autonomous quartz movement, was developed by Patek Philippe’s Electronic Division…Used in conjunction with the ‘red telephone’ and the telefax linking the White House to the Kremlin, this clock was stayed on President Kennedy’s desk in the White House.” The Electronic Division was made after the World War II, in 1948, and by 1958 had produced its first prototype quartz clocks.

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