Launched in 1952 as the heir to the famous ref.565, the Patek Philippe 2533 improved the aestethics of its predecessor while keeping true to the origins with a screwback 35mm case and the hand wound caliber 27SC.
The casemaker was, in this case, Charles Dubois (170 in a hammer head).
Despite a decennial production, only about 400 examples of the reference were manufactured overall, making it extremely rare and sought after by discerning collectors.
The present example is certainly amongst the better preserved ones, with vivid edges on the yellow gold case and an absolutely untouched dial, as proven by the strong accent above the second "E" in Genéve.
Case: 35mm yellow gold Movement: Manual, cal. 27SC, 18 jewels Reference: 2533 Year: ca. 1950
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