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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesRievone View Post
    I've lurked this thread for months after reading about this watch's story
    and now I felt I needed to make an account just to share my most recent find:

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    Seems to be in good condition, all things considered.
    It was a no-brainer purchase. Bought it for around $105 and now it's on it's way to me. :D
    Welcome! Stunning watch. Great condition. Do you have a photo of the mechanism? Also, I hope I will not disappoint you much, the winding crown is not original as far as I can see. It is more convenient to use than original though 🙂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa200 View Post
    Welcome! Stunning watch. Great condition. Do you have a photo of the mechanism? Also, I hope I will not disappoint you much, the winding crown is not original as far as I can see. It is more convenient to use than original though
    Thanks for the welcome. I will have to ask the seller for any sample photo of the mechanism, since there wasn't any that was included in their listing.

    And yes, I did notice that the crown was different, but I didn't really mind it much.

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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

    I have this well worn pair in the collection.


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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

    I'm glad this thread got bumped from last year; it's a fascinating read. Kudos to Arizone for the research.

    The modern versions of the watch really should have an image of Chernushka engraved on the caseback, in my opinion!
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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

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    Recent purchase. This appears to be the same vintage watch. (hopefully I attached the pictures correctly.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxleaf View Post
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    Recent purchase. This appears to be the same vintage watch. (hopefully I attached the pictures correctly.)
    You got it right! Welcome!

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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

    I'd like to make a YouTube video about the first watch in space. Would anybody allow me to use his picture in my video?

    I'd like to show the following:
    - Pobeda first watch in space
    - Gagarin's Shturmanskie
    - Chernushka the dog (not sure how to get permission for this)

    The video will appear on my channel about vintage watches: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSj...0U-60m9hspOU5w
    Thank you guys for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuartzCrisis View Post
    I'd like to make a YouTube video about the first watch in space. Would anybody allow me to use his picture in my video?

    I'd like to show the following:
    - Pobeda first watch in space
    - Gagarin's Shturmanskie
    - Chernushka the dog (not sure how to get permission for this)

    The video will appear on my channel about vintage watches: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSj...0U-60m9hspOU5w
    Thank you guys for your help.
    Will credits be given 🙂
    I can share some of mine. I do not have 34-K but have a very similar 103-K. I am sure lots of people have 34-K. I do have Shturmanskie Type 1. And 2.
    Photos of Chernushka are too old to be under copyright. No?

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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

    Isn't there a statute of the dog somewhere in Moscow or nearby ? I guess it's a public monument so photos should be free of rights ?

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    Re: The Actual Very First Watch In Space

    Quote Originally Posted by QuartzCrisis View Post
    I'd like to make a YouTube video about the first watch in space. Would anybody allow me to use his picture in my video?

    I'd like to show the following:
    - Pobeda first watch in space
    - Gagarin's Shturmanskie
    - Chernushka the dog (not sure how to get permission for this)

    The video will appear on my channel about vintage watches: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSj...0U-60m9hspOU5w
    Thank you guys for your help.
    I produced some photographs of my own model that you are welcome to use.

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