Some pictures of a lovely vintage Ulysse Nardin.

Jun 09, 2021,21:10 PM

Here we are in the Fifties, I think. Or maybe late 40's. 

35 mm case, manual winding movement, timeless dial. What more to ask for? 

And, as we can see with some watches from that era, some traces of radium which has burnt the dial. 

We are far from the Ulysse Nardin watches we see, nowadays! 



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So much nicer than what the company has made since. Subtle and very pretty.

 By: Poktori : June 9th, 2021-22:23
I wish the company did more like these...

Very charming

 By: Watcholic_id : June 10th, 2021-04:38
and when looking at the brand's design in these days... sigh... thanks for the lovely pics, Nico. cheers

couldn't agree more!

 By: Watcholic_id : June 10th, 2021-06:59
They should launch a ‘heritage’ lines within their lineup.

It's beautiful

 By: chippyfly : June 10th, 2021-11:10
I believe the movement is a Peseux 333 SC and looks in great condition.

I only know because I have a 1958 UN with that movement . . . .

 By: chippyfly : June 10th, 2021-15:59
. . . but my watch is not as good as yours and is 34mm. It also radiates at a little more than 1µSv/hr, which means caution!

Without being greedy, the only thing...

 By: Ronald Held : June 10th, 2021-18:27
I could ask for is to own one.

+1! (nt)

 By: Ronald Held : June 11th, 2021-19:31