This is the holy grail of all (Longines) chronograph collectors. It is supposed that only some hundred watches of this type were produced in different cases in the 40ies. This watch is in outstanding condition: Original dial with minor patina, unpolished case and the movement seems to be untouched except of cleaning some months ago (www.uhrenrestaurierung.de) One of the most desireable chronographs!
Longines chronograph (1945) in screwed steel case with original tinfoil gasket. Big size for the decade of 40mm excluding crown and pushers. This case has never been polished! Reference number 23068 on the outer back and number 68.
Matte silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals, 60-minute register with central red counter and outer track with 1/5seconds division. two subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and 12 hours register, luminous Baton-hands.
Rhodiumfinished jewelled lever movement, Glucydur screw balance, luminoud Baton-hands