Léonard Frédéric Nardin (* 1792) was the first watchmaker of the family. His son Ulysse (1823-1876) founded a watch factory in Le Locle, Switzerland in 1846. After the sudden death of its founder, it specialised, among others, in ship chronometers under the not even 20-year-old son Paul David. It received many awards for them.
Observation watch in sterling silver case.
Beautiful, large, heavy navigation watch Ulysee Nardin.
Enamel dial signed Ulysse Nardin Locle Suisse 123905. The dial is in very good condition. Roman numerals and blued hands. Line minute scale with Arabic numerals in multiples of 5. Large second hand in the middle.
Smooth bolted back lid. Inside is the company mark Ulysee Nardin+FFBA2+0,925+bird hallmark 619617.
The finest, gold-plated factory movement built in-house (top quality) - high-quality movement design - anchor escapement - chatons - special fine regulation. Same number as on dial 123905 - marked Ulysse Nardin Swiss
Clockwork functions flawlessly.
Watch diameter without pedant: 56 mm With pendant: 83 mm. Height: 20 mm Weight 173 g.
Very good overall condition. A rarely offered observation watch in a sterling silver casing.
Pictures are part of the description.
Insured shipment with Austrian Post AG. (Insured shipment with Austrian postal service)
- 10.Ulysse Nardin Locle
- Silber Beobachtungstaschenuhr - Zentralsekunde
- Schweiz 1942
- Manual winding
- Case material
- Material fineness
- Sterling Silver - screwed - Feinstes Manufakturwerk
- Pocket watch
- Shipped Insured
- Worn with little to no signs of use