The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

Legendary Uhren Börse München. Over 30 years, more than 200 Exhibitors and in the excess of 100 brands, it is by far the best place to source and sell vintage and second-hand clocks and watches.

Hundreds of national and international exhibitors attend the Munich watch market with special pieces ready for dealers, collectors and private visitors. The fair launched in 1989 in the Deutsches Museum and at the time took place with around 30 exhibitors. Uhren Börse München has developed into the largest event of its kind worldwide. Technical rarities from different manufacturers and decades – from Biedermeier and Art Deco to the present.

Always on a Sunday and doors open to the public at 10.

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” October 2020

Legendary Uhren Börse München. Over 30 years, more than 200 Exhibitors and in the excess of 100 brands, it is by far the best place to source and sell vintage and second-hand clocks and watches.

Hundreds of national and international exhibitors attend the Munich watch market with special pieces ready for dealers, collectors and private visitors. The fair launched in 1989 in the Deutsches Museum and at the time took place with around 30 exhibitors. Uhren Börse München has developed into the largest event of its kind worldwide. Technical rarities from different manufacturers and decades – from Biedermeier and Art Deco to the present.

Always on a Sunday and doors open to the public at 10.

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” September 2020

Legendary Uhren Börse München. Over 30 years, more than 200 Exhibitors and in the excess of 100 brands, it is by far the best place to source and sell vintage and second-hand clocks and watches.

Hundreds of national and international exhibitors attend the Munich watch market with special pieces ready for dealers, collectors and private visitors. The fair launched in 1989 in the Deutsches Museum and at the time took place with around 30 exhibitors. Uhren Börse München has developed into the largest event of its kind worldwide. Technical rarities from different manufacturers and decades – from Biedermeier and Art Deco to the present.

Always on a Sunday and doors open to the public at 10.

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” July 2020

Legendary Uhren Börse München. Over 30 years, more than 200 Exhibitors and in the excess of 100 brands, it is by far the best place to source and sell vintage and second-hand clocks and watches.

Hundreds of national and international exhibitors attend the Munich watch market with special pieces ready for dealers, collectors and private visitors. The fair launched in 1989 in the Deutsches Museum and at the time took place with around 30 exhibitors. Uhren Börse München has developed into the largest event of its kind worldwide. Technical rarities from different manufacturers and decades – from Biedermeier and Art Deco to the present.

Always on a Sunday and doors open to the public at 10.

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” December 2020

The Legendary Watch Fair in Munich “Uhren Börse München” June 2020

Legendary Uhren Börse München. Over 30 years, more than 200 Exhibitors and in the excess of 100 brands, it is by far the best place to source and sell vintage and second-hand clocks and watches.

Hundreds of national and international exhibitors attend the Munich watch market with special pieces ready for dealers, collectors and private visitors. The fair launched in 1989 in the Deutsches Museum and at the time took place with around 30 exhibitors. Uhren Börse München has developed into the largest event of its kind worldwide. Technical rarities from different manufacturers and decades – from Biedermeier and Art Deco to the present.

Always on a Sunday and doors open to the public at 10.