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The watches of Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach (‪1830-1916‬), one of the most famous German-speaking writers of the 19th century, was also an avid watch collector. This enthusiasm led her to take classes in watchmaking, and to write her novel “Lotti die Uhrmacherin” (Lotti the watchmaker) (1880). After her death, the director of the newly-founded Vienna Clock Museum, Rudolf Kaftan, moved heaven and earth to buy her precious watch collection and was able to present it proudly when the museum opened in 1921.
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1540–1560
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Charles Le Roy
1750–1771
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
around 1790
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Blondel & Melly
1800–1820
Ferdinand Hofer, Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
around 1820
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
before 1915

Reiseuhr, Frankreich

Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Jean Antoine Lépine
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Autran
around 1790
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Les Frères Esquivillon & De Choudens
around 1800
Unknown
around 1600
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Jean Antoine Lépine
1744–1765
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Isaac Soret & Fils
around 1770
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Jean Romilly
around 1770
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1580–1600
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1590–1610
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Jean Nicolas Menu
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Friedrich Hübner
around 1625
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Andreas Hohenadel
1780–1793

Taschenuhr von J.J.R.

Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1580–1600
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Guillaume Seney
1617–1635
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1800–1820
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1800–1820
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Leonard Bordier
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Madame de Pompadour
around 1730
Johann III. Sobieski, Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1651–1700
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
around 1800
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach
1530–1570
Marie Ebner-Eschenbach, Abraham Louis Breguet
around 1800