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Bunde & Upmeyer Vintage Pocket Watch

Bunde & Upmeyer Vintage Pocket Watch


Here is a nice little antique pocket watch in working condition. This lovely little vintage timepiece was created by Bunde & Upmeyer. Bunde & Upmeyer was founded in the 1880s and was one of the premiere jewelers in Milwaukee at the turn of the century. This little watch has some wear on the face near the numeral 5, but it is in nice shape overall! The case is 10K gold filled, and the watch hands are decorative with a scrolling design. This little pocket watch is ready to wear, collect, or give as a gift to someone special. 



40mm (1.6in) tall x 30mm (1.1in) wide x 10mm thick

Face 24mm

15 Jewels

Primrose Co Movement




This antique pocket watch is in working condition and is overall pretty nice! There is some age-related surface wear from use over the years. As mentioned, a small chip on the face is near the numeral 5. This watch is antique and has been well-loved over the years, so it does have light wear consistent with its age. Overall, it's a nice working pocket watch!


A note to new pocket watch owners. 

To keep your pocket watch from jamming, do not overwind it. A few good turns should do it. Do not submerge this watch in water; wear it gingerly to protect the crystal face. To set the time, gently pull the stem out and adjust to the desired time- then push the stem back in.


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The Condition Report

An item must be 100 years old or older to be considered antique. This means many antiques may have age-related wear. We chalk it up to character and love it, but it is essential that we fully describe any wear, no matter how minor. Each piece is carefully inspected, tested, and fully described before it lands in the shop.