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Experts, please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the black dial was available under the brands "Poljot" and "Sekonda" and only with latin letters. There are (rare) versions of the Poljot in cyrillic, but so far I have only seen cream colored dials and not with the paddle hands. Cyrillic and black dial is a combination that I have not seen so far. But my interest in Soviet horology is very young, so I might be mistaken.
 

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Experts, please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the black dial was available under the brands "Poljot" and "Sekonda" and only with latin letters. There are (rare) versions of the Poljot in cyrillic, but so far I have only seen cream colored dials and not with the paddle hands. Cyrillic and black dial is a combination that I have not seen so far. But my interest in Soviet horology is very young, so I might be mistaken.
...up to my knowledge there are no black dials with Cyrillic letters...
 

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Only fake redials have the Strela in Cyrillic on a black dial

I actually like the Poljot-International version of the Strela than the official ones...
(especially the gilded movement ones and no writing on the glass)
 
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