Longines’ World War Two Pilot’s Wristwatch

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Longines’ World War Two Pilot’s Wristwatch

Post by koimaster on Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:13 pm

This Longines’ World War Two Pilot’s Wristwatch, with a Wheem’s aircraft navigational calculation bezel, is an early and quite rare Longines Aircraft Navigation watch. This type of watch was pioneered and developed by Longines during the 1930′s, with consultation from Charles Lindbergh, the famous American aviator who was the first pilot to cross the Atlantic solo and non stop. It was discontinued for a more convenient and easier-to-read version, which is a lot more common.




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Re: Longines’ World War Two Pilot’s Wristwatch

Post by Guest on Mon Oct 25, 2010 3:11 pm

Great read...lots of history behind the Lindbergh Longines...

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