Longines watch manufacturer St. Imer
In 1832, Auguste Agassiz opened a watch business in Swiss Saint-Imier. In 1862, his nephew, Ernest Francillon, took over the factory. In 1889, the name "Longines" was registered at the Federal Office for Intellectual Property.
After Francillon's death in 1905, the first mechanical watches were produced.
Rare collector's watch by Longines with original dial, casing and original movement calibre 13.34. In beautiful condition.
Casing 14 kt Hallmark not clear - tested.
Year of manufacture of the timepiece: circa 1925
Movement diameter: 27 mm Watch size: length 45 mm Width with crown 33 mm
Original dial. Arabic Art Deco numerals. Second sub-dial at six o'clock.
Movement calibre 13.34 (marked in movement) in original condition - movement in working order - a manufacture movement of beautiful quality. Inscribed Longines.
The watch is in very beautiful condition - dial has not been restored or replaced. Casing in unusual shape, likewise in original condition. Light signs of use.
Brown leather strap 17 mm wide - length with watch 23.5 cm Weight 44 g
Interesting, sought-after, collector's watch in very good condition.
Pictures are part of the description.
Insured shipment with Austrian postal service.
- Frühe längliche Goldarmbanduhr Kaliber 13.34
- um 1925
- Remontage manuel
- Matériau du boîtier
- Or jaune
- Finesse du matériau
- 14 carats
- Forme inhabituelle - cadran original - bracelet en cuir brun
- Montre analogique
- Envoi assuré
- Portée et en très bon état