Mysterious Medallion

Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby conjurer » May 22nd 2015, 5:41pm

Racer-X wrote:It appears Longines will provide historical info on your watch.
https://account.longines.com/en/faq/index/view/s/8-can-i-get-information-about-a-longines-watch-i-already-own

You will need to make an account here to submit your request.
https://account.longines.com/en/account/index/create?#!/

Can I get information about a Longines watch I already own?
Yes, we can supply the following information depending on what we are able to find in our archival records:
-Type of watch and material
-Type of movement
-Invoice date
-Name of the invoiced dealer
-Destination country
-Model reference number
-Model name or name of collection it belongs to
-Suggested retail price at the time of model launch

Depending on the watch, only some of this information may be available; we only give out information when we have corroborating sources.

In order for us to carry out research on your watch, we require the following information:
-A description of the watch (type of watch, material, etc.)
-Watch serial number in addition to any numbers and markings engraved on the watch, specifying where the engraving can be found
=A few good quality photographs (face, reverse, if possible the inside of the case back and the movement) that will easily allow us to see all of the engravings on the watch.


I suppose this would work, too. *sigh*
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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby foghorn » May 22nd 2015, 6:36pm

If the OP used a name other than "longinesenthusiast" this thread would be far less entertaining.
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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby Mortuus » May 22nd 2015, 10:53pm

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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby jason_recliner » May 22nd 2015, 11:55pm

conjurer wrote:
I suppose this would work, too. *sigh*


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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby codguy » May 23rd 2015, 6:32am

Racer-X wrote:It appears Longines will provide historical info if available on your watch.
https://account.longines.com/en/faq/index/view/s/8-can-i-get-information-about-a-longines-watch-i-already-own

You will need to make an account at this link to submit your request.
https://account.longines.com/en/account/index/create?#!/


Good thing RX has a "in" @ Longines to provide OP with the above info since surely Longines enthusiasts would have come up with this on their own long ago.



conjurer wrote: Finish off the bottle (or maybe the second--I recommend the big 1.75 litre plastic "bouncers," because they hold more jake and when they fall off the workbench they don't bust open, spilling precious juice. Take some more pictures, then take your car out for a nice long drive.


Always willing to help the new guys out conj :Beerbang: Some sound advise right there ^.



codguy wrote:I might have seen that case back in '78-'79 on the streets of Manila (or possibly Gwangju), kinda looks familiar.


Follow up; I now sorta believe it could have been outside of a strip club on BC Street, Okinawa City in 1977 give or take.


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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby Kahuna74 » May 23rd 2015, 7:03am

You guys are the best. So we now know(maybe) it was menufactured for south east asia. But more important, that jake is best out of a plastic bottle.
Not to mention the watch company in question, keeps records of their watches, who knew,,,,
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Re: Mysterious Medallion

Postby jason_recliner » May 23rd 2015, 12:03pm

This thread should be a sticky. Do we have a Longines forum?
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