The watch is first sent to Relleb and authenticated by hand by an experienced longines watchmaker. The outcome of the assessment is documented in a detailed report.
Money is safely stored on the Escrow account until our watchmakers have authenticated the watch. Payout to the seller will be done after the authentication is successfully finalized.
Receive updates at each step of the journey, including pictures and an explanation of the authentication and condition assessment.
these Longines Military watches where worn by members of the RAF. An extract from Longines archive states: The original serial number 6'499'098 identifies a wristwatch in stainless steel bearing the reference 4830 and the order number 22313. It is fitted with a Longines manually wound mechanical movement, caliber 12.68N and was invoiced on 27 March 1943 to the company Baume, which was at that time our agent for the United Kingdom. The watch is in very good running condition and has a nice patina, blued hands
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