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1 hour ago, rubberteeth said:

under the 15 jewels there is a diamond shaped stamp exactly as on title photo M143 where number 4 is underneath 1 ,so it could also be 134. Pobeda and Zim are very much the same movements from what I read. 

That is the mark for the First Moscow Watch Factory used between 1945 and 1963.

According to Ranfft production was shared between 1st Moscow watch factory and the Watch Factory Maslenikov for a while.

Check out the link here. It suggests that there are variants from Pobjeda, Raketa, Slava, Wostok, and ZIM. I would be surprised if you can find a new part for it which means that you will need to look out for a donor movement. Looks like there should be plenty of choice.


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On 11/22/2023 at 8:04 PM, Marc said:


I would be surprised if you can find a new part for it which means that you will need to look out for a donor movement. Looks like there should be plenty of choice.


Yes, plenty of donors on ebay but all of them with push pin. Mine is pre 1957 with screw fixing the lever 

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