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Could this be my new watch?

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So I have been scouring the web and I came across these two. I believe the Raketa Perpetual Calendar looks to be authentic after seeing other prime expamples. :think: But the Raketa Big Zero is one that seems to still give me a hard time. :-s I need to do more homework that is for sure. Analog watch Clock Wall clock Watch Number
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I don't have either in my collection but would I would not mind either. These two seem to be from the 90s, correct me if I am wrong. As always I welcome yours feedback.:)
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Now that I pay much closer attention, I do see that the calendar is of the 80s. I once saw a model that had a calendar for 2000, I believe. I am hesitant in getting this one because of the pitting on the case back. I still dont own a Raketa and so I am afraid the corrosion will get worst.

On the Big Zero, I saw in the Raketa web page from their 1998 catalog archives an example that does have cyrillic and CCCP but no logo like the one above. That is where I am confused with the dials. I see that Big Zeros have a flat crystal and have a beveled case front along with indices markers. I am learning a little at a time.
The perpetual is late 80's. It's original. The ones with the 2000 calander are post Sovjet. The logo on the big0 is a Sovjet quality mark. See Raketa leafelet 1989. I don't know what movement is original in the big0 the 2609N or the NA Analog watch Watch Watch accessory Fashion accessory Jewellery
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