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FS: 1967 Longines Admiral 5 Star Cal 503

For sale is a working and in excellent condition 1967 Longines Admiral 5 Star Cal 503. The watch is all original and unpolished. It has a silver dial with a faint sunburst pattern and a day/date window at the 3 o'clock position. It has a 36mm stainless steel case and a new 18mm black leather alligator grain band. Inside the watch is an automatic Longines Cal 503 movement with 17 jewels and operating at 19,800 beats per hour. The movement is marked with the serial number 14353449 which dates it to 1967. There is an engraving on the back of the case and the crown is not original.

Running and in very good condition. The dial is very clean and crisp with a few small spots and a mark between the 9 and 10 o'clock markers. The luminescent dots at 5, 7, and 8 o'clock have come off. The crystal is very clear with only very faint scratches. The case is unpolished with light scratches and an engraving on the back. The movement is running strong and only gaining about a minute per day. There are no service records for this watch.

Asking $375 USD, includes shipping in the United States. Will sell internationally but buyer will have to pay for any extra shipping and customs costs.

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