Russian watches were designed to be maintained in the field by an agricultural worker using nothing but a hammer, a sickle, and some tractor grease... (phd)
My flickr watches: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vaurien/
An early Soviet Chronograph, It's a A ЧК-28/ChK-28 apparently!
So a re-dialled, broken watch with a crown that doesn't fit? Sounds a bargain at only €175! Still a collectible movement I would have thought, but not at that price.
I love the red second hand.
Not necessarily a "Franken," but I couldn't help but admire the custom logo!
I bet you can't resist bidding on this rare & original OKEAH
Pity the dial is new.
Last time I see too many "okeans" with new dials
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