Longines

Pilot, a stainless steel manual wind wristwatch

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Description

Longines is a luxury watchmaking brand long known for its Pilot collections. This present example is an earlier model with an enamel dial and caliber 15.94 movement with 15 jewels. An incredibly rare find.


Honest Vintage: The Greg Selch Collection

A native New Yorker from a family of connoisseurs, Greg Selch has collected watches for over 20 years, among many other things. Over the years, Selch has become well-known for his passion: “orphan watches” as well as well-worn watches with patina, for which a term has been created:  #selchism.

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The watch is in overall fair condition with moderate wear throughout commensurate with age. Case has scratches. Generic strap is in good condition. Hands are showing signs of patina. The movement is running at the time of cataloging, however, it was not tested for the accuracy of time or duration of the power reserve and may need service at the buyer's discretion. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the movement. "All watches sold in this collection are in their 'as found' vintage state and may include replacement parts or modifications."

Gender

Men's

Dial Color(s)

Black

Dial Numerals

Arabic

Movement Type

Manual Wind

Case Material(s)

Stainless Steel

Case Size (mm)

40.2x40.2

Case Back

Snap-on

Band Material

Other

Dimension Notes

Fits a wrist size of 7.5 inches or smaller.

Clasp Type

Buckle

Clasp Material(s)

Stainless Steel

Signature

Dial

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