2.0291 Longines ref. 7168-2 ladies, 1964

£180.00 (incl. VAT)

Beautifully intricate and delicate Longines Ladies watch. All original steel case and rare signed Longines winding crown, this is a timeless design. At just 19.7mm width and 7.2mm thick, you will barely feel the weight of this stunningly tiny piece of horological engineering. The watch has undergone full servicing with disassembly in our Bristol workshop. Comes with a 6-month warranty and a 8mm black leather strap.

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Key Features

Incredibly well preserved ladies Longines from the early 1960s. It’s powered by a fascinatingly tiny Longines 14.16 manual movement, packed within a classic round steel case not even 20mm in width. This specific model has its roots in an earlier model released in the mid 1950s, making it a true vintage. The polished steel indices and white dial is a timeless design and suitably legible for the diminutive size of this watch.

About Longines

The Longines watch company was founded in 1832 by watchmaker Auguste Agassiz, and his two partners,  Henri Raiguel and Florian Morel. Initially, the original name of the company was Raiguel Jeune & Cie. However, by 1846, Raigeul and Morel had retired from the watch industry, leaving Agassiz as the sole head of the company.

The name ‘Longines’ comes from a famous pocket watch model created in 1867 by a later head of the company, Ernest Francillon, who had established a manufactory outside the village of Saint-Imier in the meadows of the district Langgewann (Les Longines). This model became so popular that the company began to experience problems with counterfeiting, and so in 1889 the trademark name of ‘Longines’ was registered, making this company the oldest registered watch manufacturer in the world.

The success of Longines has a long history. They have developed highly regarded reputations in equestrian sports such as horse racing, due to their creation of the 20H ‘mono-pusher’ chronograph 1878, which enabled the creation of precise stopwatches suitable for timing professional events.

In the 1940’s, Longines actively collaborated with both UK and US allies, as well as with the Wehrmacht, supplying watches to all warring parties. Many military style watches from the company can be found. In 1945 Longines brought the first watch with automatic winding to market, and in 1952 they were the official timekeeper of the Olympic Winter Games in Oslo.

Today, Longines continues to thrive just as successfully as ever before, and along with Omega and Tissot, is one of the largest brands inside the Swatch Group.

Servicing and Guarantee

This timepiece has been serviced with full disassembly. Make sure to follow the usage and care guidelines.


Case and Strap

  • Original stainless steel case
  • Original signed Longines crown
  • Screw on steel caseback
  • Acrylic crystal
  • 8mm black leather strap


  • Width w/ crown: 19.7mm
  • Width w/o crown: 18.2mm
  • Height: 23.6mm
  • Thickness: 7.2mm
  • Strap: 8mm

Dial and Hands

  • Polished steel indices
  • White matte dial
  • Needle style hands
  • Longines signature and logo beneath 12 position


  • Longines 14.16
  • Shockproof
  • 17 jewels
  • Screw weight balance
  • Manual wind

Testing results:

  • Testing duration: 2 weeks cyclic test
  • Average timekeeping range: 15-45 sec/day

Servicing and Guarantee

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