1940s Longines "Tre-Tacche" 35mm Rare Wide Step-Bezel with Two-Tone Sector Dial

Manufacturer LONGINES
Model Tre-Tacche
Year of Manufacture 1940s
Reference no. 22030
Product no. B-10731

Manufactured in the early 1940s, this Longines watch is a popular 'Toretake' model with a 35mm waterproof case and a rare two-tone sector dial. The step design and three-point screw-back waterproof case, which are also the origin of Toretake, exhibit the solid craftsmanship unique to Longines. The two-tone sector dial, featuring Arabic numerals and blued steel baton hands, along with the rare wide step bezel, showcase the elegance and taste of the era. Equipped with the renowned hand-wound Cal.12.68z movement, representing Longines' excellence. The overall preservation condition is remarkable, making it one of the top-tier conditions among the Toretake 35mm models handled in the past.

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Item details

Serial no. ***
Caliber 12.68z
Movement no. 6,332,***
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainles steel
Case size 35mm
Case type Screw back Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt non Original ( between lugs 17mm ) / GF Type-6 Matte
Evaluation case 94%
Evaluation dial 95%
Evaluation mov 95%
Condition 5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: Minor scratches and age effects, but very well preserved with the original shape and volume and the engraving on the back.

Dial: very clean with no visible scratches or stains. The two-tone colors and prints are clearly preserved.

Movement: good winding, etc., with an accuracy of around 20 seconds per day.