Longines cal. 12.92 from 1920 with Extract of the Archives
Longines is a Swiss watch brand that has been around since 1832. The company has a long history of producing high-quality watches, and this Longines with porcelain dial from 1920 is a great example of that craftsmanship. This watch is a collector’s piece and comes with an Extract of the Archives from Longines. The Longines Extract of the Archives is a document that attests to the authenticity of a Longines watch. The extract includes information such as the watch’s serial number, date of manufacture, and place of purchase.
This Longines watch from 1920 (serial number: 3588581) is a beautiful timepiece that any collector would be proud to own. This watch has a hand-wound, in-house caliber 12.92 movement, and the case is made of silver (0.900). The numbers on the double caseback match the serial number on the movement. The case diameter is 32 x 36 mm, and the dial is made of porcelain. Porcelain dials crack easily, so the condition of this watch is nothing short of a miracle.
Furthermore, this watch comes with an Italian hand-made leather ‘bund-strap’, which was specifically made for this watch.
If you’re looking for a rare and collectible Longines watch, then this Longines with porcelain dial from 1920 is a great choice. This is a must-have timepiece for any serious Longines collector.
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