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    Re: Show your 3133!

    On your movement, there is C31679 stamped. This is also the case for some 3133's stamped as C3133, all from Levenberg and Kampmann if I am not wrong.

    AFAIR Mr. Levenberg in Germany tells us that these are movements custom made for him and his Strela brand (С for Стрела?). Strangely big users of Poljot movements such as Junkers/Zeppelin for instance, have no C3133, but the usual P3133.

    Soviet movements were stamped SU3133, then 3133 in the post Soviet transition period, and then became P3133 (P for Россия).

    This very letter C is still questioned, around this and other forums.

    It is about knowing the real origin of the movement! Not the quality of the movement.
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    Re: Show your 3133!

    Quote Originally Posted by emoscambio View Post
    On your movement, there is
    C31679 stamped. This is also the case for some 3133's stamped as C3133, all from Levenberg and Kampmann if I am not wrong.

    AFAIR Mr. Levenberg in Germany tells us that these are movements custom made for him and his Strela brand (С for Стрела?). Strangely big users of Poljot movements such as Junkers/Zeppelin for instance, have no C3133, but the usual P3133.

    Soviet movements were stamped SU3133, then 3133 in the post Soviet transition period, and then became P3133 (P for Россия).

    This very letter C is still questioned, around this and other forums.

    It is about knowing the real origin of the movement! Not the quality of the movement.
    Wow, this is so informative! Thanks :)

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    Re: Show your 3133!

    Here are mine. I do like the Buran...

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    Re: Show your 3133!

    Quote Originally Posted by emoscambio View Post
    On your movement, there is C31679 stamped. This is also the case for some 3133's stamped as C3133, all from Levenberg and Kampmann if I am not wrong.

    AFAIR Mr. Levenberg in Germany tells us that these are movements custom made for him and his Strela brand (С for Стрела?). Strangely big users of Poljot movements such as Junkers/Zeppelin for instance, have no C3133, but the usual P3133.

    Soviet movements were stamped SU3133, then 3133 in the post Soviet transition period, and then became P3133 (P for Россия).

    This very letter C is still questioned, around this and other forums.

    It is about knowing the real origin of the movement! Not the quality of the movement.
    This is actually more of an "E" than a "C", and can be found on many of the high-end Buran chronographs. If you check these watches at both Poljot24 and P.Maier you will see the movements are stamped with an "E". I'm not sure whether or not it's actually an "E", but it does differ from the "C" for Strela on the Levenberg lot. Could be "E" for "Elite".

    Edit: THe "E" also happens to be the shape of the moonphase window! That's probably what it represents.
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    Re: Show your 3133!

    Finally found a vintage civilian sturmanskie in stainless steel on ebay. Came from a private collection - my local watchmaker serviced it for free because he was so impressed with it.


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    Has anybody had success with re-luming one of these?

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    Congratulations Winter. That is a looker, more so with the Cyrillic Poljot on the dial. I do like the watchadoo bracelet - I use those on a couple of early sturmanskie and OKEAH reissues. Very comfortable. Didn't realize that the only difference between the 20mm and 18mm was the end links.

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    Re: Show your 3133!

    you can drink this wearing your strela

    Strela

    You are now the owner
    of a Poljot Mechanical Watch

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    Shown long ago as "cosmonaut", now my "dress watch"...

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    Re: Show your 3133!

    Here is mine

    Cheers

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