10 November 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
Longines. A rare stainless steel wristwatch
Signed Longines, ref. 5707, movement No. 6'943'853, case No. 23'088-585, circa 1945
Cal. 26.87, mechanical lever movement, 15 jewels, black dial, Arabic numerals, luminescent accents, outer minute track, luminous steel hands, Broad Arrow under the 12 o'clock, subsidiary dial for the constant seconds, circular case, stepped bezel, screw down back with Broad Arrow, dial and movement signed, case numbered
36 mm diam.
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According to the Archives of Longines, the present watch was invoiced to the company's agent Baume & Co. in England on 17 July 1945.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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