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Longines Dolce Vita L5. Ladies 16mm
September 2000

Serviced by Longines UK in October 2020: An excellent condition pre-owned stainless steel 16mm case size quartz movement ladies Longines DolceVita (L5. featuring a white baton dial with Arabic numerals at 6 & 12 O'clock surrounded by a rectangular stainless steel case with diamond, factory set, case sides. The particular watch comes on a full retail length stainless steel polished finish DolceVita bracelet and is complete with its Longines box and all relevant paperwork being originally UK supplied as new in September 2000.

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Longines DolceVita L5.655.6.16.6 Mens
5th May 2014

An excellent condition pre-owned gentlemans 26.3mm X 32.1mm case size, quartz movement, yellow gold Longines DolceVita wristwatch (L5.655.6.16.6) featuring a stunning white baton dial with a seconds sub-dial at 6 O'clock. This particular watch comes on a yelow gold Longines bracelet which will fit a wrist size of up to 8 inches / 200mm and is complete with its original box and all relevant paperwork being originally supplied as new on 5th May 2014.

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Used Longines Watches

Watchmaker Auguste Agassiz founded Longines in the Swiss town of Saint-Imier in 1832. The company registered its logo, the winged hourglass, in 1889, and to this day it remains the oldest, active, unchanged registered trademark in existence. Longines quickly became one of the leading watch companies in the world, thanks in no small part to Agassiz’s family connections in the US. In 1852, Agassiz’s nephew, Ernest Francillon, joined the company; he gradually started taking charge. In 1867, the company produced its first movement. This was a 20-line calibre called the 20A. It had a pendant winding and setting mechanism and duly won an award at the Paris Universal Exhibition. The company signed technical partnerships with Formula1 teams Ferrari and Renault before becoming the official timekeeper of F1 races for ten years during the 1980s. In 1983, Longines became a part of the Swatch Group, while in 1992, the Longines Museum was opened at the Swatch Group headquarters to celebrate its 160th year. Longines continues to be a brand that is synonymous with style and elegance, and its watches have long been, and continue to be, popular with watch lovers and collectors. Now, thanks to Mark Worthington Jewellers, you could be the proud owner of your own luxury timepiece from Longines. We stock pre-owned Longines watches in excellent condition and each having official paperwork. Check out our collection today.

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