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  1. argonbeam Mar 3, 2019

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    Longines Sport Chief with 30L movement. I purchased from Scandinavian seller in 2016. Serviced watch a month later. There is a small mark on the dial near the "Sport Chief" lettering, clearly seen in photo. Replacement crown at some point. Watch works fine, no issues. Does not appear to have ever been polished, as has crips edges, with expected scuffs given age. I don't have a movement shot, as prefer to have my watchmaker open only. If a deal breaker without movement shot, I can open though.

    Selling because too many watches and don't wear enough - this one is a good daily wearer.

    Stainless steel.
    35 mm width without crown.
    18 mm lugs - will come with chromexcel band in photos

    Asking 350 USD. I will cover Paypal fees. Free USPS shipping CONUS. Usually ~15 USD international.

    Thanks for looking.
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  2. argonbeam Mar 5, 2019

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    Bump, price redux to 400 USD
     
  3. argonbeam Mar 16, 2019

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    Bump
     
  4. argonbeam Apr 22, 2019

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    No 30L love Longines people?
     
  5. argonbeam Jan 8, 2020

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    one more bump try
     
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  6. argonbeam Jan 20, 2020

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    another pic or two

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  7. argonbeam Jan 20, 2020

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    and from the Longines archive once I had the movement and inner caseback pic to send them:

    "The original serial number 13'955'494 identifies a stainless steel wristwatch bearing the reference 7402. It is fitted with Longines manually wound mechanical movement, caliber 30L and was invoiced on 26 September 1967 to the company Hausammann, which was at that time our agent for Sweden and Norway."