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Longines Military WWW Wristwatch (1945) 5707

5707Ø 37.50 mm

Serviced and revised by Longines Heritage workshop

Collector's Corner

The long and rich history of Longines is written into each of the brand’s design. Each piece produced over the years is part of the Swiss watchmaker identity, a historical legacy that Longines has always strived to preserve and highlight.

  • Type of watch

    Military wristwatch (WWW)

  • Serial No


  • Condition

    Overall excellent, attractive condition, original dial

    Serviced and revised by Longines Heritage workshop.

  • Date of production

    26 March 1945

  • Date of sale

    17 September 1945 to the company Baume & Co., UK

  • Documents

    Certificate of authenticity by Longines

  • Dimension

    Ø 37.50 mm

  • Case message

    Stainless steel, including the military number F 7908 and the Broad Arrow stamped by the manufacturer on the caseback. The capital letter F is indicating the supplier (F for Longines), and the Broad Arrow was used to mark property of the British army.

  • Material

    Stainless steel

  • Dial

    Military black dial with original radium luminous Arabic numerals, luminous dots, white minute track, white Longines signature and the Broad Arrow symbol

  • Hands

    Hour and minute cathedral hands filled with luminescent original radium and subsidiary hand at 6 o’clock

  • Dial color


  • Movement Type


  • Caliber


  • Functions

    Indication of hour, minute and second

  • Material

    Synthetic strap

  • Bracelet/Strap

    18mm width


In 1913, Longines launched its first wrist-chronograph that was produced in larger series, thanks to the development of the high-quality caliber 13.33Z. Bringing together all of a chronograph’s functions within a single winding stem, resulted in this pushpiece within the crown.  The  very early models are characterized by their typical soldered wire lugs. 

The 13.33Z caliber is one of the first small-size chronograph movements ever developed for a wristwatch. The refinement of the movement includes an instantaneous minute-counter: The minute hand jumps one step forward exactly between the 59th and the 60th second of a minute.<br/> In addition, the enamel dial is hand painted and of great beauty. By looking closer, one can distinguish the remarkable work of hand-made brush. The exceptional condition of the gold case of this timepiece is due to a complete restoration based on the expertise of the Longines heritage workshop jeweller.


About restoration

Restoration by Longines is made up of more than ten meticulous steps calling on all the qualities of our experts. From diagnosis to testing, discover more about Longines workshop services.