This came in today, sold to me by a pretty lady eBayer from Serbia.
It's a pre-owned automatic 23-jeweled Poljot with day and date complications, and equipped with a date setting button at the 8 o'clock position to complement the crown at 3. No movement shots were taken by her, and the case back opener that I have on order had not arrived yet. The only watch-related equipment that I have in hand right now is a spring bar tool. Better this way I suppose - I'm curious, and complemented by a pair of "itchy" hands, would love nothing better than to take things apart, sometimes with a less than desirable outcome. I still haven't found a replacement for the ink feed that I snapped in 2 that belonged to one of my ST Dupont fountain pens, and I was told that the price for said ink feed complements the prices one would expect for that brand (TL;DR = expensive)
The ticking machine in the watch is possibly the Poljot 2627 (automatic, central second hand, date and day windows), but until I get the case back off we'll never know, don't we?. So far it seems to keep time well enough during these last few hours since I took possession of it.
I suspect this is possibly a monster (of the Franken variety), since the Latinised date does not seem to gel well with the overall Cyrillic theme, and I'm not sure whether the second hand is the correct one for this watch. Any experts here who can chime in?