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Ulysse Nardin 14K 585 Gold Herren Taschenuhr ca. 1900

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Condition Pre-owned
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
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Aug 30, 2021 - Sep 18, 2021
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Reviews: 7
This dealer is from Bayern - Schwabach, Germany.
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Listing code BJSQ53
Brand Ulysse Nardin
Reference number Ulysse Nardin 14K 585 Gold Herren Taschenuhr in OVP Schwanenhals Feinregulage
Movement Manual winding
Case material Yellow gold
Year of production 1900 (Approximation)
Condition Good (Light signs of wear or scratches)
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location Germany, Bayern - Schwabach


Movement Manual winding


Case material Yellow gold
Dial White


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Exclusive, fine, solid gold precision pocket watch, Ulysse Nardin No.114555, ca. 1900, ca. Ø52,5mm, ca. 92,5g, 14K gold

The collector does not need to be told that the world-renowned precision and luxury watch manufacturer Ulysse Nardin is one of the finest and most expensive watch manufacturers in the world ...

Savonnette with 3 gold covers, very solid and high quality, little used, case number 327040, movement number 114555

Very fine lever movement with rare swan neck fine adjustment, original, unrestored flawless enamel dial, golden hands, case, movement and dial signed, near mint condition, working, fine collectors watch

Watch runs on and through (accuracy not tested) and is still in the old sales box of a Brunswick jeweler, the pure gold value of this wonderfully exclusive piece is in May 2021 about Euro 850,-.

ez 1- 2 very best collector condition, almost as new, runs on and through and will be delivered incl. original historical sales case

History of the luxury watch manufacturer Ulysse Nardin (source: Wikipedia):

Ulysse Nardin is a Swiss watch manufacturer based in Le Locle in the canton of Neuchâtel. The company produces in the upper luxury segment.

Léonard Frédéric Nardin (* 1792) was the first watchmaker in the family. His son Ulysse (1823-1876) founded a watch factory in Le Locle, Switzerland, in 1846. After the sudden death of its founder, under his son Paul David, who was not yet 20 years old, the company specialized, among other things, in marine chronometers, with which they won many awards.

From 1906, the United States Naval Observatory bought deck watches and pocket watches from Ulysse Nardin until 1942, when Switzerland was isolated from the countries occupied all around. As early as 1940, these watches were copied by the American company Hamilton and further developed using industrial methods.

Pocket watches with complications such as a calendar, moon phase, perpetual calendar, alarm and striking mechanism were built at the parent company. Around 1900, about 300 employees worked at the factory. Some of the watches from this period are on display in the Le Locle watch museum[1].

For the 1936 Summer Olympics, a wristwatch for men in stainless steel with chronograph and automatic winding was launched.

In 1982 and 1983 the company was close to insolvency. Together with other investors, the Swiss Rolf w. Schnyder, who had previously built up factories for (quartz) watch parts in Malaysia, took over the desolate company, in which only two people were still employed. Numerous historically and artistically valuable pieces from the company's own collection had disappeared or been stolen. Within a few years, Schnyder succeeded in bringing the "Ulysse Nardin" brand back to the forefront of Swiss watchmaking. Schnyder's partner and friend, the watch designer Ludwig Oechslin, played a decisive role in this success.

On 14 April 2011, Schnyder passed away unexpectedly after a short illness. "Thanks to the succession plan already in place, operational management can be continued by the current members of the Executive Board without interruption and in the spirit of Rolf w. Schnyder," the company announced the day after his death.

In 2014, Ulysse Nardin was sold to the French luxury goods group Kering (formerly ppr).

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