Excellent MOSKVA soviet mechanical watch


Original Soviet mechanical vintage MOSKVA watch with manual winding


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Moskva watch from 1950s – 16 jewels



Beautiful vintage watch manufactured on 1st Moscow Watch Factory

The Moskwa brand (Москва, meaning “Moscow”) was manufactured in the 1950s and early 1960s, using​ an at-the-time cutting edge caliber 2408 movement with central second hand. Consumer preferences in the 1950s were moving away from the classic timekeeping layout with a sub-dial reserved for a running second hand. Therefore, engineers at the First Moscow Watch Factory adapted the caliber 2602 (widely used in Pobedas) by adding a wheel to drive a central second hand.


The watch is mechanical and does not need batteries to operate.


Original soviet “Moskwa” has mechanical lever movement and manual winding.


YEARS 1950s

CASE SIZE 31×36.5mm



TYPE  Mechanical


FUNCTIONS Hours, Minutes, Seconds

Mechanical lever movement
Manual winding

Watch has been fully serviced by a professional watchmaker and keeps good time.


Comes with 16mm nylon NATO strap included.

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About the watch factory

1st Moscow Watch Factory – named “1.MWF “Kirov”” from 1935 till 1964(renamed to POLJOT afterwards) – the biggest and oldest of soviet watch factories.
Russian watches have a rich and interesting history dating back over 80 years with the creation of the First Moscow Watch Factory, which today manufactures Poljot watches.

A highlight of Russia’s watch history came in 1961 when cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin took the first ever flight into space with a watch from the First Moscow Watch Factory.

POLJOT Brand History

The Moskva brand was retired in 1964, when all individual First Moscow Watch Factory brands were consolidated under a single trademark: Poljot