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    Default 1967 Longines Watch

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    I know it sounds cliche but the time has come for me to clear out my collection. Anything I havenít worn more than twice in the last year is going, so this is one of several such posts to come.

    This is one of the hardest for me to list: a beautiful 1967 Longines. This is one that I still wear from time to time but each time I feel paranoid about marring itís near-mintness.

    Longines 7913-3
    Size: 35mm
    Movement: Longines cal. 285 17j handwind
    Case: 18k gold plated (a hefty 20-microns)
    Crystal: domed acrylic
    Lug width: 18mm
    Description: this is about as close to 99% as you can get. The case, dial, crystal, movement, and hands are all lovely. The only thing that detracts from this watch is what appears to be a non-original crown. Otherwise it runs well and looks beautiful.



    This is, of course, a vintage timepiece, so while it runs well I do not know itís service history and I do not guarantee itís accuracy.

    The price is $500-shipped within the US. I *may* consider international sales with actual shipping costs assessed to the buyer. I accept PayPal and Google Pay and Iíll cover the fees.


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    Last edited by Kulprit; December 3rd, 2019 at 04:35 PM.

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    Default Re: 1967 Longines Watch

    Where did you get this one? I am looking for sort of this watch, but can't find nowhere!

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    Default Re: 1967 Longines Watch

    Great watch that one was. I wish thee were more of them in auction here. Gosh, guys I found the best cheap and stylish smartwatch I could ever find. I mean it's so difficult to find one at such a good price and quality. As a trainer I really needed it, cause it makes my life easier, simply because it's comfy to use. I'm using it not only for me but also for clients, I have to keep track of time, numerate the exercises and in general to organize well the schedules for me and my clients. Not to mention that I'm a fashion freak, so this watch fits with all my outfits, casual or not I'm always fancy with it.
    Last edited by Soundr; January 22nd, 2021 at 06:39 AM.

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    Reported the above post for using Necromancy with intent to spam advertisements

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