Jeff Kingston visits the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. The video shows particular timepieces of the Patek Philippe Company.
There are over 2,000 watches in the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. It may be there’s another museum in the world with more timepieces – that’s in the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Watch and Clock Museum – but nowhere in the world will you find a collection this rich, this diverse, this well displayed. Jeff Kingston takes us on a tour of the evolution of timekeeping, finishing with the crown jewel of the Patek Philippe Museum, the Caliber 89, the most complicated watch ever made. Enjoy the video and see a lot of special Patek Philippe watches.
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