4.0059 Ulysse Nardin, 44 mm, Switzerland, 1920’s

Simple yet beautiful Ulysse Nardin Le Locle & Geneve two-tone royal blue and black movement on a white background. New case with olive lugs and crown at numeral 12. Comes with new, classic style leather strap.

Key Features

A rare, interesting and beautiful Ulysse Nardin movement in a small 44 mm case, with a crown at the numeral 12 position. The movement is finished in white with polished wheels.

About the Brand

Ulysse Nardin was founded in 1846 in the Swiss province of Le Locle, by the talented watchmaker Ulysses Nardin. Soon after the company started production, they began to concentrate on the creation of high-precision timekeeping devices, in particular marine chronometers, as well as complex watches containing minute repeaters, perpetual calendars, and chronographs. Keeping the jewellery and decorative component to a minimum, U. Nardin found that the formula for success in the art of precision mechanics was functionality, accuracy, and reliability.

Servicing and Guarantee

The movement has been professionally serviced. The watch comes with a new 20 mm strap in the classic style.


Case and Strap

  • New, custom made classical style case.
  • Steel with double glazing and satin finish.
  • Crown at numeral 12.
  • Olive lugs.
  • Genuine black leather strap, new.


  • Diameter without crown 44 mm.
  • Strap 20 mm.

Dial and Hands

  • Original, unrestored enamel dial.
  • Two-tone black and royal blue.
  • Large, black numerals in elaborate, cursive font.
  • Small blue 24-hour numerals over their 12-hour counterparts around the outside edge of the dial.
  • Blued ‘spade’-style hands with squared detailing.
  • Small, thin blued seconds hand.


  • Swiss-made.
  • With jewels (number not specified).
  • Polished cogs, wheels and levers.
  • “Ulysse Nardin – Locle & Geneve” signature.
  • “FS, AR” (Fast-Slow, Avance-Retard) noted on bridge.

Servicing and Guarantee

Links and Resources:

Ulysse Nardin Company History (official website).

992. Ulysse Nardin Steel Movement.

1580. Ulysse Nardin Steel Movement.


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Dial tone

Beige/White/Silver, Black/dark, Blue



Size grade

42-45 mm

Year approx


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