- Rue du Bac - Paris
A fine pioneering spirit animates Auguste Agassiz, a 23-year-old businessman, who settles in the Jura village of Saint-Imier as an active partner of the watch shop. He founded, with his associate, the company Raiguel Jeune & Cie.
Agassiz has health problems, which forces him to look for a suitable successor. He finds him soon in the person of his nephew Ernest Francillon. In 1866, he settled on the banks of the Suze, a land called "Les Longines". The name was then all found.
The proposed model and one of the most beautiful of the market at the time. Longines then proposes a range of chronographs called "13ZN", name of the movement that animates them. A superb round steel case of 36.5 mm in diameter. A beautiful salmon dial with painted arabic numerals. This watch for doctors has a graduated scale 30 pulses. This is an achievement that any collector would like to acquire. A sumptuous chronograph to put on your wrist.
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