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Table clock, «wine cask» ca. 1900, Switzerland

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Goldarmbanduhr «Emilie Beyer» 1932, Genf, Schweiz, Patek Philippe

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Clock in the form of a rococo sedan chair ca. 1900

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Art deco table clock, «Seated Lady» ca. 1920, probably Paris, France

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Art nouveau ladies pendant watch 1911, Geneva, Switzerland, Patek Philippe

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Savonette pocket watch, «Beyer», 1905, Switzerland

New acquisitions 2018

WITNESSES OF THE TIME(S)

New acquisitions and rediscoveries

15 April – 17 May 2019
For the first time, besides its latest acquisitions, the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum is rediscovering some items in its collection, many of which have been slumbering in the safe. Unusual, innovative and beautiful timepieces can be found alongside watches that tell stories about their wearers or are associated with a special occasion. It is not always possible to obtain the full documentation about the manufacturer or the owners of all the objects. Nevertheless, take a closer look and allow yourself to be enchanted by these witnesses of the times. Perhaps you even have your own story or comments on one of the exhibits that you would like to share? We look forward to receiving your feedback.