Details about Men's Rare Vintage Wostok 18 Jewel Chaika 2209 USSR Stainless Steel Watch c1960See original listing
05 Dec, 2013 22:46:31 GMT
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Men's Rare Vintage Wostok 18 Jewel Chaika 2209 USSR Stainless Steel Watch c1960’s
Offered here is men’s very rare vintage Wostok 18 Jewel USSR Stainless
Steel Watch c1960’s. This is a rare
Gents Russian stainless steel Wostok watch in a round case. The silver dial is
signed Wostok 18 Jewel Anti Shock Made in the
Movement details: Chaika 2209
Wostok, Watch Factory Tschistopol, Finer version of the Wostok 2206 Breguet hairspring, strange: indirectly driven minute and second allow a relatively big balance design similar to the Zenith 135.
9.75''', Dm= 22.0mm
f = 18000 A/h
Power reserve 38h
Watch factory "WOSTOK (East)" conducts history since autumn of 1941: in November the sleepy silence of a small country town has been broken by the first barges with the equipment and 500 workers of II Moscow watch factory evacuated to Chistopol'. In the spring of 1942 ChWF has begun serial release of hour devices of military purpose, and by July, 1st has earned on full capacity. Right after the termination of war the factory has started release of a mechanical watch which became its basic production. In 1965 watch factory "WOSTOK (East)" became the official supplier of watch for the Ministry of Defence. This watch especially produced for the RED ARMY and were never vailable for the open market. These watches are known all over the world under mark KOMANDIRSKIE.
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