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So i had a little vacation to poland, while i was there i visited some flea markets and brought some watches home.

could you help me ID some of them/ give me some info?

First off is a komandirskie with a simple black tank dial, and a pretty great looking patina imho (no ID needed)

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the dial is unmarked, from what i understand this means it was made shortly after the fall of the soviet union, somewhere around '91.

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did i say i love the patina already?

Another komandirskie, this one with a dial i've never seen in this colour before, i was thinking maybe its worn, or a fake.

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the movement inside, the plastic filler seems odd to me, and it doesnt seem to match any of the komandirskie movements ive seen online.

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close up of the dial

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it says 3AKA3 MOCCCP instead of 3AKA3 MO CCCP? (fake?)

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Oh well, it wasnt more then 20zlt (5 bucks) anyway.

Next is the last vostok of my haul, it seems like a more civillian model, a dress watch maybe?

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the made in ussr text

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caseback

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I really like this bronze dial

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Next is a watch id like some real ID on, the brand on the dial is partially faded out (and in cyrillic)

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some more pics with diff. lighting so you can see the deep red dial a bit better

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caseback

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Last is a pobeda with an orange crystal and a white dial

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of which the movement seems way to nice

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give me your thoughts and info pls, thanks for reading

(i hope the pics turned out alright, first time :o)

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I think the paratrooper watch is an example of the (in)famous Chinese Komandirskie knockoff. Even without the movement shot, the 1-piece caseback and the small crown are key indicators.

The red-dialed watch with the sub-seconds looks to be another Pobeda, with the "eda" of the name remaining legible.

 

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