15.Longines Saint-Imier - 18 Kt Gold Lepine Taschenuhr - Rattrapante - Chronograph - Men - Schweiz 1910

15.Longines Saint-Imier - 18 Kt Gold Lepine Taschenuhr - Rattrapante - Chronograph - Men - Schweiz 1910
Manual winding - Yellow gold - Schleppzeiger - Manufaturwerk - collector's watch

Swiss-made watch

The Compagnie des Montres Longines, Francillon S.A. is a traditional Swiss watchmaker with the oldest registered watch brand in the world. The company traces its roots to a production line that was founded in 1832 in Swiss Saint-Imier, where the company seat is still situated today.

Solid 18 kt open face

pocket watch with stopwatch function and split timing, rattrapante - gold
18K (hallmarked).

White enamel dial, Roman numerals, two auxiliary dials for small seconds (at 6 o'clock) and 30-minute counter (at 12 o'clock). Two central stopwatch second hands, inscribed LONGINES above the pointer shaft. Dial is free of damage.

The slave pointer is actuated via the pusher on the casing at 11 o'clock and stopped by pressing the crown pusher.

Time adjustment with needle button at 1 o'clock and simultaneous crown rotation.

Smooth back lid - marked on the inside

Dust lid is missing!

Silver-coloured manufacture movement with anchor escapement. Raised connections in steel - chaton bearings - gold gears.

Movement fully functional.

Diameter approx. 54 mm, with crown 75 mm - height 15 mm - weight 89 g

The watch is in very good general condition and functions very well. Beautiful complication watch for collectors. Just the dust lid is missing.

Pictures are part of the description.

Insured shipment via Östereichische Post AG.

Lot details
15.Longines Saint-Imier
18 Kt Gold Lepine Taschenuhr - Rattrapante - Chronograph
Schweiz 1910
Manual winding
Case material
Yellow gold
Material fineness
18 kt.
Schleppzeiger - Manufaturwerk - collector's watch
Pocket watch
Shipped Insured
Worn with little to no signs of use
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