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In the 1850's, Agassiz passed control of his company to his nephew, Ernest Francillon.Francillon wanted to modernize the production of watches and believed that bringing all the final assembly and finish operations together into one factory would be a more efficient method of production.Longines produces some really beautiful wristwatches; classic designs that look as good today as they did 50 years ago.Their watches are collectible, affordable and are often very reliable time-keepers.Longines timers are still used in many sporting events, especially equestrian and gymnastics competitions.Longines produced some really beautiful sport chronograph watches in the 30's and 40's, using Longines own in-house movements.To accomplish this, Francillon built a factory on a piece of land known as "Les Longines" and the Longines brand was born.
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Please note that Longines does not provide estimations of the current value of an antique watch.
This means Longines is able to provide a service that is greatly appreciated amongst admirers of the brand the world over and is available only to watch owners who have had their timepiece for a certain amount of time.
To receive the information kept in the Longines archives concerning your watch by email, we ask that you provide us with the serial number (numerical characters, from 5 to 8 digits) that is engraved either on the back of the watch, on the inside of the case back, or on the movement itself.
The value depends on fluctuations in the antiques market, the nature of supply and demand, the watch's state of preservation and operation, and many other criteria that require a specialist's opinion.