All of them are pretty much vintage-inspired reissues?
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They're not cheap though.. The actual vintage ones on eBay are the better deal. (If a bit small in size)
I like the slightly larger case sizes of the 1970s.
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lol.HOLLYWOOD FILM DIRECTOR GUY RITCHIE CHOSE WATCH «POBEDA» FOR ARMIE HAMMER, WHO PLAYS ROLE OF AN AGENT OF THE KGB IN THE 1960S. THE FILM SHOWS AMERICA AND THE SOVIET UNION ON THE BRINK OF A SERIOUS CONFLICT, WHERE TWO OF A CITIZEN OF THESE COUNTRIES HAD TO UNITE IN A SINGLE COMMAND! ))))
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I have a similar watch in a gold-plated case, and it is most definitely from 2MWF. Can't speak for the one in the film, however.Looks like a Petrodvoretz or 2nd MWF Pobeda. Maybe our learned comrades could identify it? My guess is for 2nd MWF, maybe Petrodvoretz, less probably Chistopol or 1st MWF, definitely not ZiM.