Hello everyone! I'm a watch neophyte, new to this forum and this is my first post. So please bear with me if I sound ignorant, because I am.
I found this "Ulysse Nardin" watch in my late father-in-law's estate. I don't know when or where he acquired it. Having never heard of Ulysse Nardin I searched the internet and quickly realized it is a fake. Beyond the poor condition of the face, the lettering is crude. The back is . . . . ? I don't know why this back would be used if one were trying to fake a UN. I'm curious about the movement, though. To the untrained eye it looks like a quality piece and it keeps perfect time. I have no intention of trying to sell it and I might even wear it occasionally. But I would like an idea of its history.