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2 minutes ago, jameswarner1011 said:

Here ya go

It's a Russian chronograph with a 3133 variant in it.40e0bde22b698469df993bf3d4b96505.jpg9d3a4372754048126b88ba5c5c96522b.jpgf4bf25135df18d26e68e65ed0cd39871.jpg0adde61756b79b0d738824ee6c1ac41c.jpge5d1cd6318310843447f4c1490d3acd1.jpg

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That sure is a beauty, I like your taste, :Bravo:.  Have you visited the  " watch of today" thread? 

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13 minutes ago, jameswarner1011 said:

Here ya go

It's a Russian chronograph with a 3133 variant in it.40e0bde22b698469df993bf3d4b96505.jpg9d3a4372754048126b88ba5c5c96522b.jpgf4bf25135df18d26e68e65ed0cd39871.jpg0adde61756b79b0d738824ee6c1ac41c.jpge5d1cd6318310843447f4c1490d3acd1.jpg

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That sure is a beauty, I like your taste, :Bravo:.  Have you visited the  " watch of today" thread? 

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On 5/11/2019 at 12:37 AM, Nucejoe said:

Good looking collection, Will you show that gorgeous creature " Buran". I have got a buren, never heard of buran. 

 

BURAN, I think it's the cyrillic spelling of Bling. Eye catchers for sure.It is a lesser known Russian make, the ones I have seen were Pobeda based with better cases and dials.

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7 hours ago, yankeedog said:

BURAN, I think it's the cyrillic spelling of Bling. Eye catchers for sure.It is a lesser known Russian make, the ones I have seen were Pobeda based with better cases and dials

Didn,t know bling is Russian make, some real nice looking pieces for sale on popular portals.

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