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    Re: help identifying

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa200 View Post
    . Unfortunately no-one sells parts for Soviet watches the same way as other brands are sold. Would be good if we can buy a new part when we need it. What most of us do is to buy donor watches that we use for parts. Good luck!
    might be a good business to start then, looking for used parts not new though or doing them on demand (not to my level unfortunately, specially for a cluth pinion ) thanks anyway...

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    Probably. Occasionally one of us (Soviet collectors) retires and sells out. But there is no official business around it. I am not sure there is money in it though.

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    Re: help identifying

    Not sure if it helps, but I came across these scans from a 1957 watch catalogue.

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    Re: help identifying

    nice catalog, will keep it as a piece of history
    I've found lot of information in here as well :
    Molnija pocket watches

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    nice catalog, will keep it as a piece of history
    I've found lot of information in here as well :
    Molnija pocket watches

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