Nelsonís Pocket Watch makes an appearance at Salon QP
October 2012

Bremont are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting a special historic timepiece to accompany the launch of their Victory watch at this yearís SalonQP.

Leaving its usual station at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth, Admiral
Lord Nelsonís original pocket watch will be on display exclusively at SalonQP on Thursday 8th November and Friday 9th November.

The gold pocket watch formerly belonging to Nelson was passed down to his daughter Horatia after his death in 1805. This was then kept within the family until 1957 when it was presented to the Museum by one her great grandsons, where it remains today.

Lord Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar have both been a great fascination as well as inspiration for the Bremont brand and they are delighted to be working closely with The National Museum of the Royal Navy. The launch of their unique, limited edition Victory watch features original oak timber and copper from the HMS Victory ship with parts of the proceeds going towards important restoration works.