The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

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Junghans Mega wrist watch, Junghans Uhren GmbH Schramberg Germany, around 1990

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Halcyon „Inter Chron Electronic Transistorized“ wrist watch, Germany, around 1972

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Rolex "Beyer" men's wrist watch, handwinding, Geneva, around 1937

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Erland/Joseph Schwob-Weill pocket watch, La Chaux de Fonds, around 1890

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Lépine pocket watch Patek Philippe & Cie. Genève „Extra“, Geneva, around 1919

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Pocket watch „Beyer Zürich“ 1. Classe, Westschweiz, around 1930

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Pocket watch Girard-Perregaux, La Chaux de Fonds, around 1888

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Lépine Taschenuhr „Beyer Zurich“, Schweiz, ca. 1950

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Lépine pocket watch, Schweiz, around 1795

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Lépine Taschenuhr, Eugene Jeanrenaud, Biel, Schweiz, ca. 1886

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Lépine pocket watch IWC, Schaffhausen, around 1910

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Savonettte pocket watch, Mermod Frères à Genève, Geneva, around 1900

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„Montre Médaillon à Tact“, Abraham Louis Breguet, Paris, around 1809

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Longines men's pocket watch, Longines Watch Co., Switzerland, around 1909

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Shell neck watch, Geörgen Biell, Hamburg, around 1640

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Pendant form watch „The Lock“, Switzerland, around 1800

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Pultuhr, Stahel, Zürich, ca. 1930

New acquisitions 2015

04/07/2016

Every year, the collection of the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum is supplemented with fascinating timepieces from earlier eras, as well as more modern watches from recent times. In 2015, René Beyer and Jürgen Delémont acquired a number of exquisite horological masterpieces. Consequently, each year the museum’s collection is enhanced with additional pieces and completed with missing objects. We cordially invite you to view these latest acquisitions in our Clock and Watch Museum:

Exhibition from 7 April to 13 May 2016

The comprehensive portrayal of man’s relationship with time, as is conveyed by the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum in Zurich, is a great enrichment to the places of interest in the city of Zurich. Three employees, who between them work the equivalent of a 135% position, look after the people who visit the museum. In 2015, we welcomed a total of around 8,500 guests, three-quarters of them from abroad. This is just one reason why since 2015 nine iPads have been in operation to provide our visitors with comprehensive information in German, English, French, Spanish, Russian and Chinese.

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Bahnhofstrasse 31
8001 Zurich - Schweiz
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