Ulysse Nardin 2-day marine chronometer



2015-06-26 10:04:36

Ulysse Nardin 2-day marine chronometer

65 mm., frosted gilt, 15 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, cut bimetallic compensation balance, blued steel Breguet balance spring, micrometer regulator, diamond endstone.

2004: $3,200
2014: $6,500

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**Ulysse Nardin **

Ulysse Nardin was formed in Switzerland in 1846.

Chiefly known for its highly accurate marine chronometers, during the 1800s it produced timepieces for 50 navies around the world.

Today its specialises in the production of highly innovative clocks and watches.

In recent years, the company has developed the first watch with a 24-hour alarm, among a host of other fascinating products.

2-day marine chronometer

Ulysse Nardin introduced the 2-day marine chronometer during the 1940s. Its presented in a mahogany box and features a wealth of features, including a Guillaume integral balance. 

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