12 May 2014
Ulysse Nardin. A fine, rare and large silver openface split seconds chronograph keyless lever watch with box
Signed Ulysse Nardin, Locle, movement no. 16'356, case no. 16'356, manufactured in 1912
Nickel-finished fully jewelled lever movement, bimetallic balance, micrometer regulator, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, outer five minute division, two subsidiary dials for 30 minutes register and constant seconds, circular case, hinged back engraved D.H.A., split seconds chronograph mechanism operated through a button in the band and through the crown, wire lugs, case, movement and dial signed, case and movement numbered
43 mm. diam.
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With Ulysse Nardin presentation box.
According to the Archives of Ulysse Nardin, the present watch was manufactured in 1912.
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