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The Longines Heritage 1918 l2.309.4.23.2

The Longines Heritage 1918

l2.309.4.23.2
l2.309.4.23.2
Case
Shape : Round
Material : Stainless steel
Glass : Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, with several layers of anti-reflective coating on the underside
Water Resistance : Water-resistant to 3 bar
Dimension : Ø 38.50 mm
Dial and Hands
Colour : White lacquered polished
Hour markers : Painted Arabic numerals
Hands : Blued steel hands
Movement and Functions
Movement Type : Automatic
Movement Description : Self winding mechanical movement beating at 28'800 vibrations per hour and providing 42 hours of power reserve
Functions : Hours, minutes, small seconds and date
Chronograph : No
Caliber : L615
Strap
Material : Alligator strap
Colour : Honey
Buckle : With buckle
Display the price
$ 1,750.00

Our indicated prices are recommended retail prices.
They may be modified at any time.
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Heritage Collection
The quintessence of classicism in watchmaking
Watch zoom The Longines Heritage 1918 L2.309.4.23.2
Today, Longines combines the original beauty of the most remarkable of its former products with cutting-edge watchmaking technology. The Heritage models are a tribute to the pioneering spirit that has inspired Longines designers since the company’s early days. The brand’s products accompanied many pioneers in their adventures in the air, on land and under the sea. The very core of Longines timepieces is based on this expertise. They demonstrate the continuity of a brand and that brand’s continual ability to pay tribute to history through refinement and elegance.
Among the exceptional pieces in the Heritage range, the most famous is without question the Lindbergh Hour Angle Watch, a re-issue of the timepiece developed for the American pilot Charles Lindbergh in 1931. The Longines Weems Second-Setting Watch, a tribute to the navigation system devised by Captain Philip van Horn Weems, and the Longines Twenty-Four Hours, a re-issue of a watch designed especially for Swissair pilots in the 1950s, also feature among the stars of the Heritage models.