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Ok, only four... I go slowly. But the fifth looks very interesting :

Rodina automatic Poljot branded rare mark on caliber 19.jpg
Rodina automatic Poljot branded rare mark on caliber 10.jpg
Rodina automatic Poljot branded rare mark on caliber 8.jpg
Rodina automatic Poljot branded rare mark on caliber 16.jpg

Similar model is shown by Watch22, here, and by pmwas here
Gold plate symbols are discussed here
Mark Gordon (Welcome to USSR Time!) shows also a similar Poljot-Rodina with same inscription inside the back (61-3-3) : Images for ID: 0887

:think: But I did not find any reference to a movement ( 2415a ) with this gold engraving inscription...
 

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I looked at the gold plated watches in my collection with 2415 movements.

Number 0887 on my website, which is signed Poljot, has two hallmarks in the same location, though they are different than yours. Number 1316, also signed Poljot, has hallmarks in the same place. Each set of marks is different. See attached.

In contrast, number 0266 on my site, which is a gold plated Rodina, is simply marked in the same area AU20, as is number 0589, which is signed Stolichnie.

-- Mark
 

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Very interesting! Could you pls post more pictures of the movement? This "a" behind the 2415 should mean some modification of the movement.
Does anybody else have a 2415A, did you notice what the changes are compared to classical Rodina movement?
 

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Very interesting! Could you pls post more pictures of the movement? This "a" behind the 2415 should mean some modification of the movement.
Does anybody else have a 2415A, did you notice what the changes are compared to classical Rodina movement?
I'll be happy to take movement shots. Where is this "a" you're referring to?
 

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;-) Quick response before going to work :-( . I will answer the other points tonight.
These are two different movements, as shown in my "spare parts" catalog :

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