Manual winding - Gold-plated - Box
|Condition:||Worn with little to no signs of use|
This is a charming Longines wristwatch from the 1960s.
Movement: Mechanical Longines 285, hand-wound, 17 jewels
Case with a thick 20 micron rose gold plating.
There are some areas where the gold plating is missing, as follows: the end of the lower right lug and the side of the right and left lug, as shown in the photos.
Case width: 35 mm, excluding crown.
Steel case back with Longines logo.
Brown leather strap.
Strap dimensions: 18 mm lug to lug, total length including case approx. 217 mm.
Watch era: 1960–1969.
The watch is in excellent condition, and is in perfect working order.
It will be shipped with the generic box that you can see in the photos, without a guarantee.
Sold by a private seller, with no guarantee of any sort.
Collection in person not available.
Tracked and insured shipping (insured where possible, that is to say, for the countries that accept the insured value) via Poste Italiane.
|Member since:||November 20, 2015|
Watch was exactly as described. The shipment took 2 weeks to arrive from Italy to Turkey, which is quite reasonable. The seller responded to my queries. Satisified with my purchase.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.The watch was as described ,the strap not ,cracked all over and at three spots almost broke ,was promised to be in great shape ,he offered me to sent another one .....I bought one myself ....
Every aspect of this deal is very satisfactory, except the delivery time: 17 days between the ordering and the payment and the actual delivery is really excessively long...
Affidabile e puntuale
Wonderful watch, exactly as described. Great seller!
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$20.12|
If you win more than one lot sold by the same seller in the same auction, your shipment will be combined. In this case, only the shipping costs of whichever lot has the highest shipping costs will be applied.