Longines 1950’s Swiss 17 Jewel Gold Filled Gents Manual Watch

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Longines 1950’s Swiss 17 Jewel Gold Filled Gents Manual Watch

Dial: Excellent light Gold with raised Gold  markers and Gold hands sub-second at 6 O’clock Swiss

Crystal: Excellent

Case: Excellent Longines 10K Gold Filled

Movement: Manual Longines 17 Jewel Swiss Made Sets, winds and runs fine, keeps time

Strap: Excellent Black suede and calf lined

Size: 28mm wide excluding crown x 35mm lug to lug x 8mm deep x 18mm between lugs

Overall general comments: Lovely as new vintage 1950’s gents Longines watch, ready to wear


Please note:

All watches sold function correctly and keep excellent time unless otherwise stated in the description, because most of the watches sold are vintage we can not guarantee they will be water proof or water resistant unless otherwise stated in the description

Longines history

In the early 1800’s Swiss watchmaking was truly a cottage-industry. Watches were produced using the “etablissage” method, where individual tradesman working out of small studios or their homes would produce parts (or sub-assemblies) which were then assembled and sold under the auspices of a single brand. In 1832, Auguste Agassiz began selling etablissage-produced watches under the name “Agassiz & Compagnie” and was particularly successful selling those watches in North America.

In the 1850’s, Agassiz passed control of his company to his nephew, Ernest Francillon. Francillon wanted to modernize the production of watches and believed that bringing all the final assembly and finish operations together into one factory would be a more efficient method of production. To accomplish this, Francillon built a factory on a piece of land known as “Les Longines” and the Longines brand was born. This method of production proved to be very successful, and by the early 1900’s the Longines factory employed over 1000 people and had achieved worldwide distrubution and success with its products.

The Longines “Winged Hourglass” (actually a winged clepsydra for those who care about such things) is the oldest registered trademark for a watch company, having been registered in 1880. The Winged Hourglass logo first appeared on Longines watches in about 1867.

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