1972 Longines Conquest Monopusher for the Olympic Games (NOS)
What We Fancy
This special mono-pusher single register chronograph was the official timer of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It came in three dial colors and this example comes from a private collection and is in New Old Stock condition and likely has never been worn.
Model: Conquest ref. 8614 1 Chronograph for the XXth Olympic Games In Munich
Case: 36mm wide (excluding crown), 41mm tall, 11mm thick, all stainless steel, signed crown, screw-down case back, domed acrylic crystal, pump pusher
Movement: Longines cal. 334 base Valjoux cal. 236, manual winding, recently serviced
Bracelet/ Strap: Navy leather, 18mm lug width (Any strap from our Accessories shop of your choosing)
Features: Matte navy dial, perfectly matching tritium lume, pointed baton handset, orange chronograph hand, outer tachymeter scale, 30-minute counting chronograph, circa 1972
Box & Papers: No
Condition: In new old stock condition. This watch has likely never been worn and is perfect with no scratches. The original case back sticker is still present. The dial is perfect with beautifully aged matching tritium lume. The movement has been serviced and works perfectly.
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