Saturday, April 5, 2014

AUTHENTIC VINTAGE AND VERY RARE ULYSSES NARDIN MILITARY BROAD ARROW GENTS WRISTWATCH









AUTHENTIC VINTAGE ULYSSE NARDIN MILITARY GENTS WRISTWATCH
BRAND/JENAMA: ULYSSE NARDIN
MADE IN/BUATAN: SWISS
CIRCA/TAHUN: 1940's
MODEL: BROAD ARROW MILITARY ISSUED - S/N: 523 11369
CRYSTAL/CERMIN: ACCRYLIC CLEAN/BERSIH
MOVEMENT/ENJIN: ULYSSE NARDIN 15 JEWELS MANUAL WINDING MOVEMENT
DIAL COLOR: BLACK 
FUNCTION/FUNGSI: MILITARY
HANDS/JARUM: NON LUMINOUS WHITE PAINTED METAL
MARKERS/TANDA WAKTU: BRIGHT LUMINOUS RE-LUMED MILITARY ARABIC/ARABIC MILITARY LUMINASI - TERANG
CASING : STAINLESS STEEL/KELULI SEPENUHNYA
LUGS:  18mm
MEASUREMENT/UKURAN: 35mm DIAMETER INCLUDING CROWN and 42mm LUG TO LUG WITH CLAW LUGS
DITANDA/ENGARVED BACK CASING: -
CROWN: SS/ KELULI
STRAP/TALI: BLACK LEATHER BAND
SIZE STRAP/SAIZ TALI: 8.5"
EXCELLENT CONDITION, WORKING, KEEPING TIME, DISCONTINUED MODEL VERY RARE AND HARD TO FIND
PRICE/HARGA: PERSONAL COLLECTION UNLESS SOMEONE OFFER ME A REASONABLE PRICE TO OWN IT (RM4,700.00) RM4,700.00


Ulysse Nardin, born in 1823 in Le Locle, Switzerland, was an acomplished watchmaker having first been trained under his father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin and later perfected his skills with two master watchmakers, Frederic William Dubois and Louis JeanRichard-dit-Bressel.
Ulysse Nardin, the company, was founded in 1846 and remained under Ulysse's control until his passing in 1876, when his 21-year old son, Paul-David Nardin took over.
Since the founding of the company, Ulysse Nardin was known for their high-quality and high-accuracy craftsmanship, so much so that they became known worldwide for their Marine Chronometers, the most accurate mechanical clocks ever made, achieving a precision of around a tenth of a second per day.
In exhibitions held at various locations, such as Paris, London, Tokio or Buenos Aires, Ulysse Nardin received a total of:
14 Grands Prix (First Prizes)
the "Prize Medal" (1862 - London International Exhibition)
the "Progress Medal"
10 Gold Medals
2 Prix d'Honneur
2 Silver Medals
Until 1967, one second was defined by the rotation of the earth, and because of this, competitive chronometer watches were calibrated and certified in an astronomical observatory. The Observatoire Cantonal de Neuch√Ętel was the main Swiss observatory where such certifications were done, and in 1975, when the accuracy of mechanical timepieces became irrelevant with the advent of quartz watches, it released a publication regarding the performance of chronometers from 1846 to 1975: of the 4504 certificates awarded in this period, 4324 went to Ulysse Nardin.
In 1983 Ulysse Nardin was purchased by a group headed by Rolf W. Schnyder, its current president. Mr. Schnyder brought in Dr. Ludwig Oechslin, a scientist, inventor, historian and watch-maker extraordinaire with whom they set out to design and develop complicated timepieces that had never before existed. The first example of this was the Astrolabium, introduced in 1985, part of the Trilogy of Time along with the Planetarium Copernicus (1988) and the Tellurium Johannes Kepler (1992).
The Ulysse Nardin Astrolabium, entered into the Guinness Book of Records in 1989 as the most complicated wristwatch ever made with 21 complications, indicates the position of the sun, the moon and the stars in the sky at any given hour as seen from Earth, as well as sunrise and sunset, dawn and dusk, moonphases, moonrise and moonset, eclipses of sun and moon, the month and the day of the week.
Ever since it's birth, Ulysse Nardin has been at the forefront of outstanding developments in horological technique and from the hand of Ludwig Oechslin, Ulysse Nardin has created the most complicated watch in history, the Astrolabium, as well as a whole array of models which cover the extent of horological experience, such as minute repeaters with automatons, tourbillons, as well as the first perpetual calendar in history with bi-directional adjustment of all calendar displays.This collection also features the Freak, a dual escapement beauty with no hands.
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