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Model: Conquest Automatic Calendar ref. 9024-2; Swiss Made; Serial #13,11X,XXX invoiced on December 23, 1965 to official Longines agent Hattori in Japan according to the extract from the archives
Case: Solid stainless steel case with screw-down back and green enameled "fish" emblem is approximately 35mm excluding the original signed winding crown; lug #662; inner caseback is stamped "9024 2" and "437"
Strap: 18mm handmade smooth tan calfskin strap with contrast stitching and polished stainless steel tang buckle
Movement: Longines cal. 291 self-winding automatic movement (24 jewels) with date and center sweeping-seconds; 19,800 BPH; Swiss Made
Features: Stunning metallic silver sunburst dial with applied hour markers and date display at 3 o'clock; original handset; in-house Longines cal. 291 movement with 24 jewels; 35mm solid stainless steel case with cool green enameled "fish" emblem on the caseback; original domed acrylic crystal with internal magnifier
Condition: Very nice condition overall with minor wear consistent with age and use; excellent solid stainless steel case with razor-sharp edges and bevels; crisp caseback exhibits partial loss of its green enamel in the center and some minor scratches; very attractive metallic silver sunburst dial with yellow Tritium lume; original Tritium hands with all luminous material in tact and aged to a darker hue; clean original domed acrylic crystal with internal magnifier
Other: The Longines Conquest line included some incredibly beautiful watches and this rare reference 9024-2 is no exception. It is simple and understated, yet elegant enough to wear with a suit and tie. This particular example was delivered to Hattori in Japan at the end of 1965 according to the Longines extract from the archives. It is a late example of the 9024 with date window placement at 3 o'clock (instead of 12 o'clock) and correct traditional signed crown instead of the "scalloped" crown found on earlier first-generation examples. For under a grand, you get a versatile stainless steel watch from a powerhouse brand with fantastic proportions and an in-house automatic movement.