In the collector's world this kind of wristwatch is called "the Serbian" , just a nick name. In terms of history I did my best , sorry if it's not matching your expectation . Next time I'll be pleased to read one of your articles.......
Ma këtyre komplekseve të mëdha janë duke folur për ju dhe çfarë do, por le të mos shqetësojnë njerëzit këtu ..
The Serbian Longines wristwatch , a beautiful timepiece......
You like this Longines from Belgrade,Serbia?
a i da se ne seljacimo ovde...glupo je. pozdrav
Actually,this is Longines from Switzerland,made in town St.Imier.Watch was in Belgrade for short time,probably in 1930s but I'm sure that it flew away from country on hand of its owner in spring 1941..That's why its hard to find those watches in this area today.
Milan T. Stefanovic - BElgrade in cyrilic. That is the reason.
Btw beautiful watch, I saw something similar only with zenith pocket watches, bought for Serbian railway, where names of the owners were written on the dial. But it always saddens me when there is no one to inherit such watches.
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