The Ulysse Nardin reference 7536-1 an extremely attractive example of a vintage steel chronograph from the 1960s. Rarely seen on the open market, its scarcity makes this watch even more desirable. The black and white dial with black tachymeter bezel is reminiscent of the highly-sought after Rolex Daytona, however it is not available for collectors nearly as often.
Upon closer inspection, one will notice the interesting details on the dial. Black with bright white registers, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers are fitted with an arrow-head hand, an unusual and distinctive addition. Combined with the applied baton numerals and applied Ulysse Nardin logo at 12 o'clock, the black and white dial is harmonious and perfectly balanced at a generous 38mm diameter. Notably, the movement is decorated most unusually with a 'Perlage' finish, as opposed to the more common 'Côte de Genève'.
Preserved in excellent condition by its original owner, it would be an asset to any collection for its rarity and attractive condition.