1930s Longines "Tre-Tacche" 30mm Stainless Steel Rare Silver Two-Tone Sector Dial
|Year of Manufacture||1930s|
¥657,800 (with tax)
¥598,000 (without tax)
Longines, "Tre-Tacche", 30mm in diameter, stainless steel, very rare silver two-tone sector dial, circa 1930s. It is a rare example of a sector dial of this period, which was rarely seen in Patek Philippe, Rolex, and Longines of the same era. The stepped design and three-point screw-back water-resistant case, from which the name "Tre-tacche" originates, gives the watch a massive feel, and despite its small size (30mm), the sector dial and the sector dial give the watch a presence that transcends its size. A British-made bamboo bracelet is included for a more vintage-inspired look.
|Movement type||Manual winding|
|Case type||Screw back, water-resistant|
|Type of Indices||Printed|
|Belt||Non-original (fix, lug width 15mm )|
Case: Minor scratches and ageing are evident, but the original shape and volume of the treacle is still present. The dial: some ageing is evident, but the print and the two-tone color are still intact. Movement: winding and other functions are good, with an accuracy of around 40 seconds per day.