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  1. The Longines Forum
    As I was going through my late cousin Michael's effects to sell them at an estate sale, I came across a vintage Longine's watch that probably belonged to his father, cousin Big Mike. After doing some research, I am pretty sure that this was a watch they put out for the 1964 World's Fair in New...
  2. The General Discussion Forum
    Hi all, We wanted to share this with you. Aaron Faber Gallery has a Watch Collectors’ Roundtable at their Manhattan store every year, where several watch industry experts come together to discuss a chosen topic. This year, F.P. Journe’s North American Manager, Pierre Halimi Lacharlotte...
  3. The General Discussion Forum
    . I bought this watch off ebay and I can't find anything on it besides Limit logo on it they stopped using after the 40s. The things I can can find on this watch might be from ww1 or very early 1920s. I even contacted the modern Limit company helpful on a new watch I am thinking of getting, but...
  4. The Longines Forum
    Hi all- I'm so happy to have found this forum! My watch obsession began several years ago with Rolex, but has branched out way beyond that to wherever the trail leads me. Lately, I've come to appreciate Longines and I wanted to share my recent vintage purchase. I enjoy an aged dial with...
  5. The Rolex Forum
    We are two friends in our forties who wish to combine our love of old watches and the community feel of the web. Though not professional story tellers we felt that there is a place for our watch stories and memories. We hope it would serve our kids in the future. The watches are from diverse...
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