Got a couple on incoming watches so I have to try and raise some funds.

Both these watches are all original and and both were fully serviced in June 2018.

Firstly we have a Poljot Rodina.

Made in the USSR and dates from the late 50’s to early 1960’s.

The condition of this almost 60 year old watch is absolutely fantastic!

No wear to the gold plated case at all.

The movement inside this is rather iconic as it was Russia’s first attempt at producing a fully automatic movement.

The quality of this watch and the way it has been put together is outstanding and I doubt there are many finer examples out there.

Lovely gold plated case with stainless steel case back.

Comes on a used mid brown Chestnut leather strap with gold plated buckle.

The watch is 37mm across including the crown.
43mm lug to lug.
13mm high including the plexiglass.
And it has a lug width of 18mm.

A few images just taken.

Asking £200.00 including RMSD.

Next up is a Favre-Leuba Sea Chief.

This is another cracking example of a watch that is very difficult to obtain in all original condition.

There are so many Franken’s out there but this one is all original and a lovely example.

Lovely signed manual wind movement.
Signed bracelet (extremely scarce!) and original signed crown.

All stainless steel case and bracelet.

The watch dates from the late 60’s to early 70’s, it was first serviced in November 1979 and again June 2018.

The champagne dial and handset has a little oxidation on close inspection but looks absolutely fine on the wrist.

Case and bracelet have a few marks but the watch has never been polished by the looks of it. Bracelet is big enough for a 7 inch wrist.

The watch is 36mm across including the crown.
38mm lug to lug.
10mm high including the plexiglass.
And it has a lug width of 18mm.

A few images just taken:

Asking £165.00 for this including RMSD.

Watches are in the U.K. but can be posted internationally.

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