3002B Poljot Deckwatch Marinewatch 1995
hand-wound movement Poljot 53303 with 22 jewels
Diameter of the watch: 63 mm, height 19 mm, polished.
Collectors piece from 1995 - unused and in perfect condition - with all papers, wooden watchbox etc.
Poljot deck watch Marinewatch "Beobachtungsuhr" from the stock of the Russian military-marine ! A masterpiece of watchmaking art !
This observation watch Poljot "B-Clock"of the Russian Navy was made for the Soviet armed forces - the work has a swan-neck fineadjustment and it is a exact replica of the famous Ulysse Nardin chronometer-caliber !
Description of the caliber: gold-plated high-precision hand-wound movement Poljot 53303 with 22 jewels, swan-neck fineadjustment, compensation balance, decorated movement with Genfer Streiffenschliff, diameter 53 mm, height 12 mm. The work is engraved with the caliber type, serial number , the production date and the cyrillic inscription 22 jewels. Power reserve 40 hours.
The silver-white dial has the cyrillic inscription "Poljot" and "made in Russia", flat mineral glass.
Diameter of the watch: 63 mm, height 19 mm, polished. Double pressed back (to admire the caliber, you can open both watchbacks easily with a knife and close them by pressing with your fingers )
Comes with original documents, certificates -
Massive wooden box made (dimensions of the Box: 75mm height, 100mm width and 130mm length) - loading of the clock and tell time (Deckuhr) possible by opening the upper lid.
Made in 1995
This Poljot observation watch "B-Uhr" is certainly one of the highlights of Russian watch making - in this original, fully functional and complete state, a great rarity!
Germany EUR: 5.-
Europe EUR: 10.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 25.- )
Worldwide EUR: 20.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 35.- )
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Pic by Oskar Kampmann