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Hi all,

attached you find a picture of my watch. Can anyone tell me something about that model? Can anyone translate the brand name? I only know that it was baught in the GDR from a russian soldier around 1978.
Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi all,

attached you find a picture of my watch. Can anyone tell me something about that model? Can anyone translate the brand name? I only know that it was baught in the GDR from a russian soldier around 1978.
Thanks in advance.
Brand is Luch, it has 23 jewels, and it looks like an extra-slim watch.
Is it?

If so, you can look here:
https://www.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=181779
;-)
 

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I think it's a Zim. Can you post a picture of the movement (insides)?
 

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Hi, thanks for answering realy fast. With knowing that the brand is "Luch" I was able to find exactly what I was looking for.
I think one pointer and the face have been replaced at some time. I think originaly the watch looked like this:
http://www.boxerora.hu/gyujtemeny/lucs492.html
The inside looks exactly like in this picture (also the number is identical):
http://www.boxerora.hu/2209.html#luch
Only instead of "SU" it has a logo on it like in this picture:
http://www.boxerora.hu/3055.html#luch2

Thanks again, you made my day. |>
 
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