• Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s
  • Longines 18K rose gold - Caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s

Stunning Longines in 18K rose gold with a caliber 22A and 18 jewels from 1950’s

Brand:Longines
Model:- - -
Year:1950’s
Material:18K rose gold
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:34mm
Size - length including lugs:41.5mm
Condition:Excellent
Price:Sold

Stunning Longines in 18K rose gold with a caliber 22A and 18 jewels numbered 9777846 from 1950’s

This is a beautiful Longines automatic movement with a caliber 22A, 18 jewels numbered 9777846. On the dial come the name, three stars and roman numbers in rose gold and sub dial second at 6 o’clock. Each second has a dot. Hands are in rose gold.

On the inside of the case comes the following engraving “Longines Fab Suisse – Swiss Made”, hammer 141, woman face poincon, 18K - .750 number 6380 2 87.
The watch comes with a nice and vivid hand made castor green band.
The buckle is Longines with engraved “Plaque 10 microns”.

History

Longines was born August 14, 1832 by a young man called Auguste Agassiz who became partner at “Comptoir Raiguel Jeune”, watch dealership in the Jura. After putting watches together mostly by watchmakers living in small farms, the comptoir sell them. The Co. becomes very prosperous. In 1847, the company changes the name for “Comptoir Agassiz & Co.” En 1866, the Co. buys a land called “Les Longines” to build production plant. One year later, the first watches “E. Francillon, Longines, Suisse” are introduced to the universal exhibition in Paris. In 1880, the company registered its patent as “Longines” and the famous trademark “the winged hourglass”. Then came the famous calibers, the 13.33Z, the 13ZN or the 30CH in 1947. The most memorable moment was the association with Charles A. Lindbergh who had flown his Spirit of Saint Louis across the Atlantic on May 27, 1927. Hour angle watch that made navigation easier for many a pilot on trans-oceanic flights was available from 1932. Longines was also the pioneer of electronic timekeeping.

Technical details

Longines 18K rose gold with a caliber 22A and 18 jewels.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 34mm
Length including lugs: 41.5mm

Price: Sold