Fri, 11th Sep 2020 11:00

Twentieth Century Art & Design

Lot 119

Sold for £500

Lot details

A Longines stainless steel keyless wind open face 1/10th split-second chronograph stop watch, made for the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, manufactured circa 1966, the silvered dial with black bezel seconds markers and yellow split-second markers, black pointed baton hands, the centre orange chronograph hand with Vernier scale, engraved to the backplate 12303546, further numbered 7411-2 and 8350, the dial 60mm

Condition report

No box or papers.

Dial excellent.

Case overall very good, some expected light surface scratches to back cover.

Not currently running.

We believe that the main spring is broken and requires repair.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.


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