I'm wondering if anyone here would be able to help me identify a Ulysse Nardin watch?
I have attached some photos showing the face, crown and case back, which has the numbers 4105 1 stamped on it, I lack the tools to be able to remove the back and show the mechanism.
Here's what I can tell you about it:
- It was purchased as a birthday present for my Father by my Mother, around September/October 1970 from Selfridges in London.
- The watch was his daily wearer for 25 years
- We have a letter from UN to my Father stating that the case is 18K gold
- The watch has never been serviced but runs well and keeps great time. The strap shows obvious signs of wear. The photo makes the area around the glass look discoloured, however, it's really a brushed gold and just appears darker in the photo. It's in great condition. There are no other obvious dents, dings or condition issues.
- It remained in my Father's possession throughout his entire life. When he passed away my Mother gave it to me.
I have asked this question of UN but have not heard back from them (it may take a while if they have to liaise with the folks in Switzerland) so I was curious if anyone else may know something in the interim?
My thanks in advance for any assistance you may be able to offer.