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Hi all,

I recently bought (on eBay) a copy of "Soviet Wrist Watches" produced by "Soyuzchasprom". It's about 130 pages, and covers Poljot, Raketa, Slava, Vostok, Zaria, Luch and Chaika watches. I'm guessing that it's from the late 70s, but would appreciate any more accurate opinions of its date.

The catalogue alone can be downloaded from here. I've also added it to my mega-compilation of Raketa (and related) catalogues here; the article relating to this is here


As always, if anyone has *any* catalogues or promotional material that covers Petrodvoretz watches (Raketa etc), I'd be very interested to hear from them!

Cheers,
Paul
 

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Many thanks, Paul. |>

But I think it's post 1983. Approximately when 3133 chronos were available to civilians.
 

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Thanks, [nht]. Anyone else able to narrow the date?
 

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Thanks to all for their date suggestions - I'll go with 1983, based on all comments.

Cheers,
Paul
 

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from dropbox links " This account's public links are generating too much traffic and have been temporarily disabled!" Ha. I can wait.
 

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Wow....
 

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