1970s Ulysse Nardin Automatic (Ref. 10927-2)

Ulysse Nardin is perhaps best known for their more avant-garde timepieces of recent years, but the Ulysse Nardin brand has a pedigree of of excellent timepieces from the 20th century and before that still captivate enthusiasts today. Ulysse Nardin founded the self-named brand in 1846 LeLocle Switzerland, concentrating his early work towards manufacturing marine chronometers before moving to wristwatches, due in part to his love for the open water. Ulysse Nardin’s work became recognized worldwide for his nautical timekeeping instruments supplying numerous navies around the globe including the United States.

Though Ulysse Nardin continued to produce marine chronometers, the nautical instrument became more of a specialty for the brand as demand for wristwatches grew in the 20th century. Ulysse Nardin began producing wristwatches with a focus on in-house movements with high-design in mind. From their most extravagant models to their more subtle designs, all Ulysse Nardin timepieces are manufactured with a reliable sense of care and an eye for design, making for some very unique pieces that can be appreciated at almost any price point.


Stock # ULND109272
Brand Ulysse Nardin
Style Automatic
Model 10927-2
Serial N/A 
Size Men's
Material Stainless Steel
Dial Silver
Millimeters 36.5
Bracelet 2pc Leather Strap



The handsome case has likely been lightly polished in the past and retains strong and symmetrical lugs with only light signs of previous use. The smooth stainless steel bezel is in excellent condition, showing minimal signs of use. The case retains its original Ulysse Nardin signed crown. The case back retains all of its original factory markings along with the Ulysse Nardin medallion. The watch will come supplied on a 2pc handmade leather strap.


The beautiful brushed silver dial is in excellent vintage condition, showing light signs of age and light marks. The onyx enamel markers are all in excellent condition with minor oxidation. The original onyx enamel hands are also in great condition with light oxidation.


Non. The watch is keeping time, previous service history is unknown.