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Hi all, I am waiting for a clean version of this Poljot to show up,
and in the meanwhile I was wondering if both cases would be original for the dial?
Any considerations on the authenticity, production period and model of this watch please? Any info on the caseback inscription? Thank you
That is an unusual Luch. I would love to see a picture of the movement. That's not the usual case you see with the 2209 movement but with a Minsk Watch Factory logo on the back it is probably authentic. The other Cyrillic word on the back is "shockproof".
My guess is that it is a "youth" watch with 16mm lugs and 31.5mm diameter.
https://get.google.com/albumarchive/...80P9ktztAzQVta. I believe they are in there, some with similar dials, but not the same to my eye.
If I had to guess I would say at least one version is authentic and it wouldn't surprise me if both were.