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Hello All,

I picked this up off the 'Bay a while back and I was just about to write a blog post about it.

It features the word Ukraine in cryrillic on the dial and the Ukrainian national symbol, the Tryzub or Trident.

However, I was looking around to try and find out what case type this is. I haven't managed to find one like it online anywhere yet.

What has got my stumped are the lugs, these seem to be a different shape to other Komandirskie lugs I have seen.

Also the metal flutes that go up to the crown have a convex shape rather than the concave shape I see on most Kondirskies. This gives the watch an almost oval appearance from the back.

Can any experts out there shed some light on this? Is it a franken? Is it a Generalskie?

I would be grateful if anyone can shed some light on this

Thanks in advance,

Krishna

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Thanks Kev80e. I knew someone here would be able to help me out.

I managed to open the PDF on my phone instead of my desktop.

It would seem that it is, indeed, the 67x Komandirskie

From the Vostok Komandirskie Case Type Classification Project
Document version 1.4
November 2011

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