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I own such a set of Raketa leaflets. I don't know when this was issued. It contains 33 leaflets of Raketa watches and 4 of Raketa movements. The descriptions are in several languages. I will put all of them somewhere soon.






 

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Great... |>

I'm waiting for the complete catalogue... :thanks
 

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Oh my god!!!!! Rproch, you are a hero!! Let me know when you upload them!!
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That will be outstandingly good! I always say that a catalogue is worth 10 watches :)

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Robert, this is wonderful! Thank you so much!!

Also, I received an eBay item from you this morning - it's absolutely beautiful...

Paul
 

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Robert, this is wonderful! Thank you so much!!

Also, I received an eBay item from you this morning - it's absolutely beautiful...

Paul
me too... :-!:-!:-!:-!
i bought a raketa big zero genuine from the bay...
 

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Can anyone put a date to these catalogues? They seem to be around the time of the transition from 2609 to 2609A movement....
 

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Found another Raketa catalogue (from 1998):

http://www.prokat74.info/files/watchs/Raketa98.pdf

Credits: watch.ru forum.
Definitely a great help to trace a line in the Raketa history.

All those models are direct derivations of the Soviet production. There was no yet trace of the red/blue/etc. 24H worldtimer watches, nor of many colorful and "cartoonish" models, at least officially.

Take a look at the model n. 08211208, a diver-looking day-date 2627 automatic :p never seen that one!
 
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