Sell Longines

Ancienne Vintage Gallery

Do you have a Longines watch and want to get the maximum price for its sale? At Ancienne, a company with over 25 years of experience in the luxury watch sector, we offer comprehensive service for selling your Universal Geneve in the international market.

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    About Longines

    Founded by Auguste Agassiz in the Swiss village of Saint-Imier in 1832, Longines is, without a doubt, one of the most emblematic brands of Swiss vintage watches. During the first years of its long history, the company was called “Agassiz & Co”. In 1866 the nephew of Auguste, Ernest Francillon took control of the company and moved the factory to the area of ​​Les Longines, a relevant fact, since the company would be renamed with this new name. As for its logo, in constant evolution since 1867, it is worth noting the large wings of its hourglass.

     

    As a result of their efforts and a job well done, the company was rewarded on numerous occasions and was acquiring great prestige and reliability. Forging confidence in herself, the company evolved and improved, progressively increasing its production and specializing in wristwatch vintage watches. In 1927, US Navy Officer Philip Van Horn Weems and Longines watches developed the first navigation-specific watch: a clock with a rotating dial and an easy-to-synchronize second hand that facilitated navigation. In 1931 the famous pilot of aircraft Charles A Lindbergh, based on the clock “devised” by Weems and the hand of Longines, created a clock of hour angle, able to calculate the exact geographic position of the person who took it. As early as 1936, Longines created one of its most famous manual-loading chronograph gauges: the 13ZN. In 1945 they launched their first Caliber 22A automatic loading movement. In 1954 Longines developed its new manual load caliber for 30CH chronograph. In 1954 the first Conquest collection was launched, and in 1957 the first Flagship collection. To this day, Longines watches is part of the Swatch group, which has allowed it to continue evolving just as Francillon and his successors would have wished.

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