what dial on this Landeron 48?

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    what dial on this Landeron 48?


    I have bought this chrono:

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    I am specialised in soviet watches, and I have bought this one only for the dial.
    One of you explained me that the mechanism was a Landeron 48.

    What type of dial would be the most legitimate, if I want to reconstruct an interesting watch from a collectionner's standpoint?
    Do you have an idea of the originial aspect of the watch? Hands look legit, don't they?

    Thank you


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    Re: what dial on this Landeron 48?

    The square pushers would hint at earlier, 50s style dial would be a safe bet. The crown also needs changing to a slimmer dress style. The hands are not right.

    I am not sure what the stuff around the outer dial edge is...

    If you use google images, there are hundreds of styles of hands and dials that match. It is most important these go together.

    This is one posted by Gator

    Here is another

    Probably best to buy a dial of the right period and size - then find hands that suit. Plain leaf hands with unlumed dial, lumed dauphine hands with a lumed dial. Quite a few dials on the 'bay.

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    Re: what dial on this Landeron 48?

    Here is mine witht that movement, it is from Eastern Europe I believe just before the war.

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    Re: what dial on this Landeron 48?

    The dial on this one looks sharp! Congrats.
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    Re: what dial on this Landeron 48?

    With this watch having a date window at 6, wouldn't it be a Poljot 3133? Especially since it is a Russian piece.

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