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Prezint spre vânzare un ceas de buzunar marca Longines fabricat în jurul anilor 1900. Calibrul ceasului este 18.60 N, un calibru robust și fiabil. Carcasa ceasului este confecționată din argentan (banuiesc), iar interiorul acestuia din argint 0,800, se află într-o stare foarte bună pentru vârsta acestuia. Marcajele pentru argint se regăsesc pe interiorul celui de-al doilea capac.Seria mecanismului și a carcasei este 2096210. Cadranul din porțelan alb prezintă fisuri. Indicatoarele sunt confecționate din oțel călit cu tentă albastră. Mai multe detalii legate de ceas se pot observa din poze. Ceasul funcționează bine însă caseta arcului scapă când ceasul se întoarce la maxim.

Compagnie des Montres Longines Francillon S.A., or simply Longines (French pronunciation: ​[lɔ̃ʒin]), is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in Saint-Imier, Switzerland.[1][2] Founded by Auguste Agassiz in 1832, the company has been a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group since 1983.[3][4] Its winged hourglass logo, which was registered in 1889, is the oldest unchanged yet still active registered trademark.[5]

History
1832–1867

A Longines wristwatch
Longines was founded in Saint-Imier in 1832 by Auguste Agassiz, a Swiss watchmaker and brother of biologist Louis Agassiz.[3] Auguste had two partners, lawyers Henri Raiguel and Florian Morel, and the company's original name was Raiguel Jeune & Cie.[6][7] By 1846, Raigeul and Morel had retired from the watch industry, leaving Agassiz as sole company head.[3]

Several years later, Agassiz brought in his bright, enterprising nephew, trained economist Ernest Francillon, into the business.[3] Francillon was the mastermind behind several impressive innovations that would distinguish the company from competitors. One early stroke of genius from Francillon was to solely produce crown-wound pocket watches rather than the prevalent key-wound alternative. Later, when Agassiz started suffering from ill health, he passed leadership to Francillon.

1867–1878
Under Francillon, the company began segueing out of the établissage system and moved towards more modern production methods. Francillon solidified his firm’s progression to mass production in 1867 by establishing his first factory.[3][7] Its location, an area in southern St. Imier known locally as Les Longines (“long meadows”) gave rise to the Longines name. To help further his efforts to improve production at Longines, Francillon brought on Jacques David, a talented engineer. In addition, Francillon appointed David as Technical Director and put him in charge of the new factory. By 1867, it was also marked the year the Longines factory produced its first in-house watch movement, the 20A. The 20A, built with an anchor escapement (usually employed in pendulum clocks), was wound and set via a pendent crown. The innovative movement won an award at the 1867 Universal Exhibition in Paris.

Several years later, the U.S. watchmaking industry was earning fame worldwide for making great strides in industrialized watch manufacturing. Francillon sent Jacques David to the 1876 World’s Fair in Philadelphia to garner new ideas and strategies from the Americans. Upon returning, David wrote a comprehensive 108-page report on what he’d learned about American watch production. Essentially, this report is considered one of the most significant documents in watchmaking history. It detailed the inner workings of American watch factories, including the entire production process from raw materials to finished watches. Additionally, David also shared the highly-effective internal structure and quality control measures implemented in these factories. In his analysis, David concluded the Swiss watchmaking industry needed to change significantly to keep pace with American competitors.


Longines Serial Number 183
On November 6, 2018, Longines announced the discovery by Seiji Lépine of serial number 183 dating the watch to October 23, 1867. This is one of the earliest Longines watches produced.

1878–1931
In 1878, Longines developed its first chronograph movement, the 20H.[3] It was a “mono-pusher” chronograph, in which all 3 chronograph functions- start, stop, and reset – were controlled via the crown. With the 20H, Longines could produce stopwatches suitable for precise timing in professional events. This was when Longines began building its reputation in equestrian sports such as horse racing and jumping.

By 1880, Longines was known for the quality and precision of its timepieces.[7] To Francillon’s dismay, the brand became a target for counterfeiters looking to pass off cheaply-made watches as genuine Longines products. “Knock-offs” of Longines were not only directly stealing business and revenue from Francillon, but also potentially damaging his company’s reputation. So Francillon made the wise decision to trademark the Longines name in 1880, and distinctive winged hourglass logo in 1889.[3] By 1886, Longines had already established itself as a primary supplier of timing equipment for most New York sporting officials.

1931–1971
In 1931, Longines collaborated with Charles Lindbergh to introduce an aviation watch called Longines Weems after P. V. H. Weems.[8] In 1954, Longines introduced a timekeeping instrument called Longines Chronocinegines.[9]

1971–present
In 1983, Longines' owner ASUAG merged with SSIH (which owned Omega SA) to form the Société Suisse de Microélectronique et d'Horlogerie (SMH). SMH became the Swatch Group in 1988 and Longines continued without R&D and production activities of its own.[10]

Slogans
Longines began using the slogan "Elegance is an Attitude" in 1999. Their previous slogan, "The World's Most Honored Watch" was used for most of the 20th century.[11][12]

Watch manufacturing
In December 2018, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) released an official report giving environmental ratings for 15 major watch manufacturers and jewelers in Switzerland.[13][14] Longines, along with 7 other manufacturers including Omega, Rolex and Tissot, was given the lowest environmental rating as "Latecomers/Non-transparent", suggesting that the manufacturer has taken very few actions addressing the impact of its manufacturing activities on the environment and climate change.[13][14]

There are concerns over the lack of transparency in manufacturing activities and the sourcing of precious raw materials such as gold, which is a major cause of environmental issues such as pollution, soil degradation and deforestation.[13][14] The situation is especially serious in the developing countries which are top producers of gold, including China, Russia and South Africa.[15][16][17][18] It is estimated that the watch and jewelry sector uses over 50% of world's annual gold production (over 2,000 tons), but in most cases the watch companies are not able to or are unwilling to demonstrate where their raw materials come from and if the material suppliers use eco-friendly sourcing technologies.[13]
Notable patrons and owners
Notable Longines brand ambassadors and timepieces owners include Humphrey Bogart, Harry Connick Jr., Audrey Hepburn, Aishwarya Rai, Kate Winslet and so on.[19][20][21][22][23]

In particular, Albert Einstein owned two timepieces from Longines, one 1943 silver pocket watch and one 1929 gold wristwatch.[Note 1][24][25][26][27] His Longines' wristwatch, which was presented to him by Rabbi Edgar Magnin in 1931, was auctioned by Antiquorum for US$596,000 in New York on October 16, 2008, making it the most expensive Longines' timepiece ever sold at auction.[24][28] His Longines pocket watch is now kept in the Bern Historical Museum in Switzerland.[25][29]

Sponsorships

A Longines wristwatch
From the time Longines developed its first chronograph movement in 1878, the brand steadily built strong relationships with various sporting organizations, events and teams worldwide. First came horse racing, then additional equestrian sports – show jumping, endurance riding, and eventing (a “triathlon” of dressage, cross-country, jumping).

Today, Longines is designated as official timekeeper, partner, and watch for competitions worldwide including:[30]

Formula One World Championship (1980s)
Archery World Cup
Commonwealth Games
French Open
World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
FEI Show Jumping World Cup
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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