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Watchmaker Since Six Generations We trade with old watches of exclusive quality and origin. Old watches of exclusive quality and origin

Antike Uhren Eder

We welcome you to experience a part history at our new site in the heart of Munich. Because of our extensive travelsand our many generations of experience an contacts we are able to offer you vintage watches in best of conditions. All our watches are backed with our personal guarantee. You will be able to chosse watches from different periods of horology.

Where we are and when

In 2016 we moved to a new and more efficient location. We are located at Lenbachplatz 7. Our store can easily be reached by Tram 19, exiting at Lenbachplatz or the U-Bahn exiting at Karlsplatz. We are within a short walking distance of both stops. Our store is open for visit Monday to Friday 10:30 am to 6 pm and on Saturday from 11am to 3pm.

Who we are

We are proud to say that we are a family owned business and our tradition of watchmaking goes back six generations.

Our glorious past history

We have a long and experienced background in watchmaking. The first and second generation of our family were not only goldsmiths but had the additional expertise of working with large iron clocks. The third generation opened his first store close to our present site. The next fourth generation gained the experience and knowledge of working with new watches and clocks which is continued to the present day.

Our proud present history

Norbert Eder, who was the 5th generation watchmaker in our family, specialised not only in antique pocket watches and pendulum clocks but also in the highest quality of wristwatches. He showed the same passion for each type of watch regardless of its specialized function. Norbert Eder not only found time to work with watches but he also found time to publish a book "Beobachtungsuhren" whichj enabled him to share his knowledge with others in the field. His articles about Lange & Söhne were also published in various magazines.

Thomas Eder, the sixth generation of watchmakers had an extensive education in the field. Fours years were spent at the most famous watchmaking school at la Chaux-de-fonds in the Swiss Jura. To further his knowledge he spent an additional two years in an watch museum working on antique clocks. This is a joy that he continues to pursue to the present days. Thomas Eder has received many diplomas for his excellence in watch works and now runs the store.

He would be honored to haveyou visite him at his store. Thomas speaks german, French and English and would enjoy talking watches with you.