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Longines, "Lindbergh," No. 7320139, case No. 23469, Ref. 35,
invented by Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh, US Pat. 1923305, launched
in 1931.
Very fine and very rare, small hour angle, stainless steel and
silver aviator's wristwatch with center seconds and two crowns.
Three-body, polished, dedicated snap-on case back, revolving
silver bezel with the enameled 15 degree graduations in
black and blue Arabic numerals, graduated rounded band, the
crown at 2o'clock activates the central revolving dial, lever at 6
o'clock for locking the revolving bezel.
Matte silver with painted radial Roman quarter hour
numerals and baton indexes, concentric 180degrees in blue
Arabic numerals, at the center, revolving dial bearing the 60
seconds and 15 degrees in red Arabic numerals. Blued steel
feuille hands.
Cal.12 L, rhodium-plated, 17jewels, straight line lever
escapement, monometallic balance, self-compensating Breguet
balance spring.