ALL OF MY RUSSIAN WATCHES HAVE NOW BEEN SOLD,HOWEVER, I AM NOW COLLECTING A FEW ICONIC RUSSIAN WATCHES.PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SCROLL DOWN AND PERUSE MY COLLECTION, VIA THE DROP DOWN PAGES ON THE RIGHT,JUST AFTER THIS PAGE HEADER.I HOPE YOU CAN USE THE INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN,AS SOME KIND OF REFERENCE.
ALL OF YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS ARE MORE THAN WELCOME.
Just received this Rare Vostok Precision, in excellent condition. The precisions are still at bargain basement prices. However, i was a bit perplexed that this particular, rare version, had sat on e.bay, for a long time for an incredibly reasonable price.
The watch would have been made in the late 60`s and is in beautifully original condition, keeping effortless time,
I have just noticed that it comes with a charming inscription, an added bonus.
What can i say. This beautiful original Moskva watch, Its in great condition keeping good time and all for £10. Sometimes these little deals come along, and it is more enjoyable, than any number of iconic watches,
The seller, new to me , was exemplary, and managed to get the watch to me in record time from Ukraine.
Once again. No surprise on this purchase. Beautiful, textured dial Volna Precision, Cal; 2809.
These watches, can still be purchased very cheaply. Harder to find in excellent original condition, like this one though.
Bought off a seller from Ukraine, i have used several times before, all with good results. Keeps great time.
Sometimes, in life, something happens to leave one totally overwhelmed. This is such an occasion.
I have known Mischa for some years, in that time i have seen him build up a once in a life time collection, only for it to be tragically stolen, from his Moscow flat. Through out this time through good and bad , he has always kept an admirable positive perspective on life. [Something that would have been beyond me].
Imagine my surprise, to receive through the post,[out of the blue], a package from Mischa, as a gift, containing, some complete watches and incredibly rare spare parts, as i say, i was completely overwhelmed.
I will use the parts, in future projects. which i would never sell. [Some years ago Mischa sent me as a gift A beautiful Rare NOS Luch 22j watch, which until recently, until i started collecting again, was the only Russian watch i had left and would obviously never sell]
Thank you Mischa. You are a Gentleman. [An increasingly rare breed]
1st MWF Sturmanskie cal;31659 Hacking. I bought this watch incredibly cheaply. It also came with an original Poljot Bracelet,[just prefer to wear a leather strap].I might put the original metal strap on, it just looks better.
This a second generation version,with blue infill dial, quite early movement,
, with date on bridge.
Unusually it has its original crystal,which has come up a treat with a bit of polywatch,stainless steel case back and pushers, are very good.
I have put the issued in brackets and quotes,because, of course, this is total conjecture. The only genuine Russian issued watches i know of, that can be verified, are the original 15j Sturmanskies.
The only draw back with the watch, is that unfortunately, the indices have been relumed, at some time, in the past. It keeps great time though,chronograph operates faultlessly .