Start Dating longines watches by serial number

Dating longines watches by serial number

Please have in mind that the time table for the Longines serial numbers is not 100% accurate but very close to /- 1 years Dating back your vintage Longines watch by using the serial number is the most exact way to identify your watch.

They were attached to the arm with long leather straps that fit around the outside of the flying jackets.

Contracted by German Airforce from several fine Swiss & German manufacturers all to the same very high specification.

Should you require a more conclusive valuation of your time piece then please do not hesitate to To determine the approximate age of your watch, open the case and find the serial number, usually found engraved on the movement or the case back itself, then match it up with the list on this page.

Cross reference the Movement number with the case number to find the time scale of when your watch was produced.

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.

Photographed here next to an EXTRA LARGE LONGINES WITTNAUER vintage X'mas Card, meant for military officers.