|Movement:||Longines Manual Wind Cal 12.68Z|
|Case material:|| |
9kt Yellow Gold
Here we have a charming Longines manual wind from 1950, with a gold case, champagne dial, gold leaf hands and a seconds dial at 6.
The dial appears completely original with a soft even patina and some clear ageing to the hands. The printed gold hour markers however have not faded, despite the 'Longines' print clearly fading.
The subdial has a circular textured effect which gives a bright contrast against the soft brownish dial.
The Baume 33mm case has been given a light polish to remove micro scratches and ensure it has a bright mirror finish.
The manually wound cal 12.68Z has been fully serviced and keeps excellent time.
This watch uses the Longines manually wound Cal 12.68Z.
This has 17 jewels and a power reserve of 41 hours (may differ due to previous servicing).
This has a frequency of 18,000bph.
This watch is in overall very good condition, the case has been lightly polished, new crystal fitted and movement serviced.