Longines 30CH Chronograph Doppio Linguetta 6075 Steel 37.5mm


case materialStainless Steel
bracelet materialLeather

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Longines 30CH Chronograph Doppio Linguetta 6075 Steel

Based in Switzerland since 1832, Longines can look back on more than 175 years of non-stop craftsmanship, and its logo is the oldest of its kind still active, in its original form, among those in the international registers of the World Intellectual Property Organisation with its 130 years. Created in 1889 the winged hourglass immediately became a trademark and has been continually used by Longines, albeit in various forms, till modern days. That logo was created to discourage and stop counterfeiting and despite nowadays is normal to see it on Longines timepieces, back in the days it wasn’t at all obvious to find it on the dials of the Swiss origin brand’s watches. The chronograph 6075 here offered is one of those timepieces that present the applied logo clearly visible at 12 o’clock. The stainless steel case is in great over all conditions, the dial and hands have a lovely patina . The caliber, the notable 30CH, younger brother of the 13ZN and nephew of the 13.33Z, with flyback complication. Worthy exponent and heir of the stream of minimalism, this watch thanks to its simple beauty represents one of the most fascinating and sought-after Longines chronographs.

Accompanied by the Longines Extract from the Archives confirming case, movement, production and subsequent sale on 27 December 1956 to the company Terrasse, which was at that time the Longines agent for Norway and Sweden.

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