Longines Heritage Military Watch

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Longines Heritage Military Watch

Post by koimaster » May 28th 2019, 10:04am

Last year, in a follow-up to the wide and favorable attention garnered by its Heritage 1945 piece from 2017, Longines released the newest member of its neo-vintage Heritage collection, the Heritage Military Watch. (The brand had previously released a model under the same name, a 1918-inspired field watch with a black dial option and 6 o’clock seconds subdial.) The newer watch is based upon a World War II model commissioned by the British Royal Air Force and produced by both Longines and Omega — with and without 60-minute outer bezels. Like other watches from this era, there are few remaining today, most of them severely beaten; those few that aren’t tend to be highly sought after among collectors.

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