Longines Tre-Tacche wristwatch from 1941



Rare and compact Longines Tre-Tacche watch from 1941. Ref. 2739-20. Rare, stepped, Art-Deco steel case with three-notched (tre tacche) case back. Original silvered dial with blue steel hands. The manual Longines cal. 10.68Z movement has been fully serviced. Original adjustable Bonklip steel bracelet that can be fastened around the wrist or sleeve. Case diameter is 30 mm.

We have also many leather strap options for this watch. Longines Extract from the Archives document has been ordered for the watch.

The watch has a 12-month service guarantee.

Longines developed these simple, high-quality watches in the 1930s in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. These were Longines’s first waterproof models, intended for heavy use. The crown was large in size and the crown tube was sealed. The crystal was attached to a deep groove on the case, and the screw-back case back was locked into place using a lead gasket. The three locking notches (tre tacche) on the case back are the most recognizable feature of these models. This model houses the well-known, high-quality Longines cal. 10.68Z movement.