They are all post Soviet. I have the same design with black dial and also a white one. The watch I posted seems like it may have faded to blue from some other colour as the red star has faded to white.Don't Burans normally have cathedral hands? When were the ones with this type of hands produced?
The dial is usually paired with early movements 76' to 79' and came before the later style Sturmanskie dials, very difficult to find. A nice example, movement picture?my 3133 sturmanskie
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They are not perfect , ie : A & D are housed in a chromed case - B is, I suspect a white relumed (which incidentally I like a lot 😉 ),
but interestingly I noticed that C has a dial with different font .
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A has smaller numbers, the 4 is “closed” , the 5 does not have a “big bellie” , the O is oval and not round like the 3 other ones. I remember Polmax mentioning this specificity but sadly can not see it again.
Does anyone knows about this dial please ? Thanks