I was browsing pocket watches on That Auction Site and stumbled on a Longines being sold by someone who usually has quartz job lots of the estate or goodwill type , among other assorted vintage and antique things. I usually go for Soviet watches, so I don't know enough about Longines to know for sure if this is genuine, or worth buying.
I checked the serial number, which places it at 1904. If I understand correctly, the dial could be original as they were enamel at this time. The hands don't look real clean. I assume the case could be either/or. The seller listed it as working and keeping time.
Anyone here think the movement (at least) is genuine, and could hazard a value? I'm not expecting a coup, more that a nice, 115yo pocket watch with a good movement fell into my price range, that maybe I can restore hands and case or whatever as time goes by.