Longines cal. 12.92 from 1920 + Longines Extract from 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.
Every watch is sold with our own Collection Extract. The Collection Extract is an official document we add to your watch order. This certificate, or ‘extract’, states the details of the specific watch. Details as the serial number, materials used and production date are present on this document. In addition, your personal details are added to the Collection Extract, to ensure your watch belongs to you. Of course, all our watches are also delivered with an invoice and insured priority shipping.