1950s Longines Conquest Calendar ref. 9004 with cream patina
Founded in 1832, Longines has always played a great role in the watchmaking industry for its watches and movements which, even today, are considered as some of the most reliable and precise.
As always, with this conquest, Longines perpetuates the spirit of class and precision found in every watch. Launched in 1954, the Conquest is admired for its simplicity that makes it sophisticated. More importantly, the Conquest was one of the first watches to be dust and water-resistant thanks to its screwed case. The present watch has a sleek and sharp stainless steel 35mm case sublimated by a beautiful dial with cream patina and stainless steel indexes, dauphine hands, and date window.
The Conquest Calendar is much rarer than its sister without date. It bears the same DNA, in particular thanks to the fish medallion on the back, but has this twist that watch collector cherish and look for.
The watch is animated by the automatic caliber 19ASD.
Case materialStainless Steel
MovementAutomatic cal. 19ASD
DialCream patina, very good for the age
HandsOriginal, nice condition
CrownOriginal, nice condition