: This “Pomander Watch” is from the year 1505 and was made by Peter Henlein, the inventor of the pocket watch. It is beleived to be the first pocket watch ever made.

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One of the first pocket watches, called "Nuremberg Egg", made around 1510 and attributed to Peter Henlein, (Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg)

The intricately engraved case of Peter Henlein's Pomander Watch (credit: www.

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This "Pomander Watch" is from the year 1505 and was made by Peter Henlein, the inventor of the pocket watch. It is beleived to be the First Pocket Watch ever made.

Called "The Pomander Watch," created by Peter Henlein in the year 1505. This is the first pocket watch ever made. #PocketWatches

This pomander watch was made by Peter Henlein in Henlein was the inventor of the pocket watch and this is believed to be either the first or one of the first ever made.

GERMANISCHES NATIONALMUSEUM the oldest surviving pocket of the world with which one could accept the first time anywhere since 1510? Around the can-shaped pocket watch with the signature of the Nuremberg precision mechanic Peter Henlein has been raging for decades a dispute over authenticity and forgery - and to the glory of the technical pioneering achievement. Other watches make the Henlein clock the rank dispute

Peter Henlein and “The Immortal Heart” - Deutsches Uhrenmuseum

Peter-Henlein-Brunnen, Hefnersplatz Nürnberg, Germany

Dosenuhr, sogenannte Henlein-Uhr, Räderuhr des Nürnberger Schlossers Peter Henlein. Bild: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

Nürnberger Eieruhr: Auch wenn die Idee naheliegend scheint - dieses eiförmige Chronometer aus dem 17. Jahrhundert diente keineswegs dazu, die Kochdauer von Eiern zu messen. Die als "Nürnberger Eier" bekannten Prunktaschenuhren wurden von wohlhabenden Bürgern als Zeitmesser und Statussymbol getragen. Ob jedoch tatsächlich ein Nürnberger, nämlich der Feinmechaniker Peter Henlein, Urheber dieser frühen Taschenuhren ist, ist bis heute nicht zweifelsfrei geklärt.

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