Here we have a 1956 Longines Reference 6333-11. Stainless steel. 38mm wide.
17-jewel, manual caliber 12.68Z movement. (Store Inventory # 12273, listed at $2200, available for purchase online & in-store.)
A super rare beauty, Triple step case bitonal subsec dial. What more can you ask from a vintage watch? 😍😋😎 The colores of the dial are so beautiful the picture does not do it any justice. Will try to take another shot tomorrow in the daylight.
Finally I can post on IG! Too busy for the past two days as this is our first year as the exhibitor #longines masters hk ! Ppl are dressing up w performance w excellent vibe! #longinesmastershk#lamodsalon last day tmr until 6pm w Aaron Kwok for closing! So don’t miss out and I will see u all tmr! 🐴 nite!
🌳 Situated in the secluded gated neighborhood of Binks Forest is this terrific 3 🛌 3 🛁 home. The large bright and open Kitchen overlooks a beautiful and cozy family room ✨Boasting an additional guest room or office, high ceilings, oversized doors throughout and an impressive rear exposure to the southwest for plenty of sunshine during the day that leads to breath taking sunsets, visible from almost every room in the home 🌅 Located within a short 🚶♀️ or 🚲 to Wellington A-Rated Schools, Equestrian Venues, Dog Park, Dining and Shopping 📱Jackie Abramson on 561-908-4777 for more information on this $487,000 listing.
One of the first Conquests I was fortunate enough to buy. Reference 9000 with black radium dial and gold markers. This watch was originally delivered in November 1957 to Maclaine, Watson and Co, in Singapore.
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Longines Conquest ref. 9004, originally invoiced to Sherly, the agent for Hong Kong, on the 16th of July 1959