Record Watch Co. S.A., Tramelan-Dessus, GenÃ¨ve, La Chaux de Fonds, Les Pommerats, London
1903: Founded by a group with the purpose to aquire and realise the patent of the Sector Watch, a triangular pocket watch with retrograde display.
1916: Merger with several companies under the name Record Dreadnought Watch Co. S.A., with a broad collection of all kinds of clocks, watches, and movements. Brands and names of the involved companies continued to be used.
1949: The original name Record Watch Co. S.A. was registered again.
1960: A Record pocketwatch (calibre 435B) was the first Swiss watch to achieve wide acceptance on US railroads.
1961: Longines bought the majority interest in Record. The brand Record continued - on some watches as Longines-Record. Some Record calibres were renamed as Longines calibres.
1991: Record was closed.
Record watches are often offered as Longines products to increase the price. Indeed some models were sold by Longines under the brand Longines-Record, and some Record calibres were adapted as Longines calibres. But in general Record remained technically independent.
I've seen standard calendar watches from them, with triple date and moonphase. IMHO, they are kind of like the Hamilton and Movado brand today, although the aforementioned endured a more illustrious history than they do now. It's a rare find.