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Longines. An unusual stainless steel openface keyless flyback split chronograph watch
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Longines. An unusual stainless steel openface keyless flyback split chronograph watch

SIGNED LONGINES, REF. 5160, MOVEMENT NO. 6'733'162, CASE NO. 22'971, CIRCA 1940

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Longines. An unusual stainless steel openface keyless flyback split chronograph watch
Signed Longines, ref. 5160, movement no. 6'733'162, case no. 22'971, circa 1940
Cal. 18.72 mechanical movement, 19 jewels, gold antimagnetic pallets, hinged steel cuvette, white enamel dial, Breguet numerals, Arabic five minute divisions, two subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 30 minutes register, circular case, hinged back engraved Austin Mc Laughlin, two round chronograph buttons in the band, the first at 11 for start/stop functions, the second at 1 for split seconds functions, reset function through a coaxial button in the winding crown, case, dial and movement signed
52 mm. diam.
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With Longines presentation box.

According to the Archives of Longines, the present watch was delivered to Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co, the company's agent in the U.S.A., on 14 July 1945.

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