Longines - 1241886

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  1. CooperWatches

    CooperWatches Registered User

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    Hi, I have another watch to share that I would be happy to hear comments about. I have been told it is a 1910 model. Longines, movement 1241886, Swiss engraved on the movement. Can anyone tell me the mark above 14K on the case.

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  2. vaa

    vaa Registered User

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    Replying a bit late, but did you solve the mystery?
    Caliber 19.73, atypically not engraved on (or retouched? from) bridge.
    Micrometric timer lever; serial-number differs from case-number, but both from 1900-1901.
     
  3. Jerry Freedman

    Jerry Freedman Registered User
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    I have Longines chronograph #1368584 caliber 19.73. Longines dated the watch to 1903/04. The movement has no serial number. Longines also
    said that the case number was also the watch number . The case is 18K and marked as a Longines case.

    Jerry Freedman
     

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