Longines 13ZN Chronograph with two tone dial. The original serial number 6’035’XXX identifies a wristwatch in stainless steel. It is fitted with a Longines manually wound mechanical movement, caliber 13ZN and was invoiced on 3 February 1944 to the company Longines-Wittnauer, which was at that time Longines agent for the USA. This was confirmed by Longines heritage Dept. This watch is very similar to the one in John Goldbergers book located on page 194-195
Case: is stainless steel with a snap on back and is in excellent condition It is stamped with 21152 and number 43. It is also stamped with the number 43 on the lug. It is also marked “Longines W.Co swiss”. Has what I believe are the original pushers and crown
Dial: Dial is two tone with black Arabic numerals. The outer track is 1/5 seconds division. It has an outer Telemetre scale in miles which is in dark blue text and an Inner Tachymetre scale in miles which is in a lighter blue text. Has two sub-dials, one for constant seconds and the other a 30 minute recorder. For its age, the dial is in excellent condition with some fading and deterioration on the telemetre scale. The dial is 100% original and had raised glossy enamel print. The original hands are of Blued steel.
Movement is in excellent condition and was serviced within the last year.