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Wayne, Auctioneer
Category: Antiques
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Experience:  40 yrs. experience in antiques, jewelry, coins and paintings - ASA 1985
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I have a 1940 Longine marine chronometer as used in conjunction

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I have a 1940 Longine marine chronometer as used in conjunction with a sextant it is housed in a stainless steel case with 21 jewels that look like rubies any idea ofvalue for insurance and /or sale please
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

did you receive photos ?

Hi Tony,
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Hi Tony,
I looked at the photos and this is a very collectible pocket watch in superb condition.
Longines WW2 GCT 21Jewels Deck Chronometer 1940 Winding Indicator 54mm diameter.
This would sell at auction for £1500-2000 and insurance value is £2500.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi Wayne,

Thank you for that,I must admit the value is far higher than i imagined when for most of my life i had been told "it was just something your dad used on his boat"

I will be using justanswer again when i have sorted through the rest of his marine equipment

Once again Thank you

Hi Tony,
It's a pretty nice "boat watch". Please ask for me first with future questions.