Identifying a watch - Ulysse Nardin

durnik56

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Hello all. I'm looking for help in identifying a pocket watch and any help you could provide would be of great help. I have attached pictures for your review. The dial is marked U. NARDIN LOCLE & GENEVE and the case is hallmarked with a U.NARDIN shield with the case serial number 321831. The movement displays no markings other than the serial number 401425. I have tried to research the movement type and even sent an email to Ulysse Nardin asking for any information but I have not seen a response. Thanks in advance for your help.

Ulysses Nardin 401425 Dial.jpg
Ulysses Nardin 401425 Movement.jpg
Ulysses Nardin 401425 Case 1.jpg

Ulysses Nardin 401425 Case 2.jpg
 

Dr. Jon

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The Nardin records are at the International Museum of horology (MIH) on Le Chaux de Fonds Switzerland. They can provide the records of your watch.

The movement looks to me to an International Watch Company movement. I have seen other examples of IWC watches with Nardin cases and dials. They made these during World War I.

If this is correct the MIH records will confirm this.

Musée international d'horlogerie - MIH - Neuchâtel - La Chaux-de-Fonds - Activité
 

durnik56

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Thank you very much for the information. I will follow up with the MIH and post their reply.
 

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