3911 Poljot Chronograph Nicolai II

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Movement: Caliber Poljot 3133

Case: stainless steel gold plated

Dial: black

Diameter: 40 mm

Height: 13 mm

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 Rarity from 1993 - the Poljot Basilica  Chronograph Tsar Nicolai II !

The gold-plated stainless steel case is characterized by a lot of details, such as the screwed  lugs, the onion shaped crown, the flat sapphire crystal and  the black dial with luminescent indexes and gold plated hands with with luminous material.

The personal coat of arms of Tsar Nikolai II is encircled by a golden banner with birth and death of the Tsar.  This Chronograph was launched 1993 to mark the 125-year birth anniversary - the number 125 is therefore indicated on the dial.

Poljot manual winding caliber 3133 with 23 jewels, shock protection, approximately 48 hours power reserve and 21.600 halfrotations/hour- it can be perfectly viewed through the crystal back at work.

Comes with original red leather strap, additional RIOS1931 black leather strap and a wooden watchcase.

A real treat for collectors of Russian watches - comes from Moscow factory inventories - new and unused - of course regulated and re-oiled by my watchmakers.

See Wikipedia for more informations about Tsar Nicolai II.