I am seeking further information about the Longines cal 291.
I recently purchased the watch pictured and on opening found the rotor to be detached from the axle.
Longines have already been most helpful with further ID.
Is there a drawing / parts list available for this movement?
Any assistance greatly appreciated.
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Re: Confirmation Email after having sent a request
Our answer
Dear Mr xxxxxxx
We thank you for contacting us and for your interest in Longines watches.
Further to your request, we are pleased to provide the information contained in Longines' handwritten registers.
Originally, the serial number 11'44xxxx identifies a wristwatch with a yellow gold cap bearing the reference 9026, part of the Conquest collection. It is fitted with a Longines mechanical self-winding movement, caliber 291. It was invoiced on the 8th September 1961 to the company Maclaine, Watson and Co, which was at that time our agent for Singapore.
We trust that we have responded satisfactorily to your request and remain at your entire disposal for any additional information.
Best regards,
Aurélie Tonna
Brand Heritage