I like it.
That is nice.
“Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."
Will Rogers (1879 - 1935)
Please don't PM me to ask for a valuation - I won't attempt one.
Wow this Longine belonged to a fellow Serbian,i wonder who is the man.
My most sincere congratulation to Adriano for his excellent research article.
Yet another engaging aspect of vintage watch collecting - the watch as historical talisman. Thank you to BSH for the scholarship and enrichment of the hobby.
As a piece apart from historical context, what a sublime example of wabi!
Dont know if any of you is active on Sig's fora,but there is nice thread about this watches on that fora.We've been discusing those serbian watches last summer over there.GERMAN MILITARY WATCH FORUM - 1928 'German Airforce pattern' leonidas
Thanks for your appreciation , it was a big effort on research and English writing , I'm satisfied......
(photo courtesy of Roberto Jatucka of NewOldTime) Grazie Roberto!!
Why Serbian when this is Yugoslavian?
Article is OK but looking at some history facts,article is.....strange?
In the collector's world this kind of wristwatch is called "the Serbian" , just a nick name. In terms of history I did my best , sorry if it's not matching your expectation . Next time I'll be pleased to read one of your articles.......
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