There have been some absolutely gorgeous Tutima-chronographs flying out of Germany over the past year. Here are a couple highlights. I also noticed the earliest stamped example I have ever seen, serial number 00048(!) made in first quarter 1949. Truly stunning examples.
There's one on regular ol' eBay right now -- for a cool $4k
Very RARE Military Pilot Glashutte Chronograph Kirova Urofa 59 | eBay
My first post here on f10. Huge vintage Amphibia fan; I started with a restoration project of one iridescent violet 2209 tonneau and three months down, I'm waiting for my third restoration project to make it's way to me! I've been looking at a lot of different styles and there's one Amphibia that does it for me; the 'banana'
(photo borrowed from relojes-especiales.com)
I've never seen one for sale and I think I'll never be able to get my hands on the limited reissue either! All in all, a lovely Amphibia!
Interesting silver red Penza Pobeda popped up on ebay, allegedly a reward for General Zhukov although the quality of that inscription is, well, "suspect" at best.
Still, by all other accounts this seems to be an extremely early Silver Pobeda, possibly from the first real production run with a serial number of just 600!
Fellow user AID has a 1st quarter silver example which was likely a prototype with no serial number at all.
This is the only 2nd quarter example I've seen.
Quite possibly the nicest early "ocean" I have ever seen:
Interesting and beautiful men's "Chaika" dress watch:
Absolutely stunning 2200 spotted on ebay:
A 30 ATM Vostok, I haven't seen one quite like this.
Another interesting one, a "Lotus" from the Soviet-era Armenian Yerevan Watch Factory, I believe these are quite rare:
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