ZLATOUST vintage mechanical table clock

$99.95

Original soviet mechanical table clock with manual movement

MADE IN USSR!

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Description

AGAT vintage mechanical table clock
MADE IN USSR!

 

Vintage table clock is manufactured on Zlatoust Watch Factory, USSR.

 

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

 

One full winding keep the clock going for days.

 

Soviet 鈥淶latoustovskie鈥 小hBN-137 mechanical lever movement with manual wind

 

 

DIMENSIONS

HEIGHT 150mm聽 (5.9inches)

WIDTH 120mm (4.7inches)

DEPTH 65mm (2.5inches)

DIAL DIAMETER 130mm (5.1inches)

TYPE聽 Mechanical

FUNCTIONS Hours, Minutes

 

Watch went through a complete service by a professional watch tech and is keeps good time.

This watch ships out from馃嚭馃嚘 Ukraine with tracking number

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About watch factory

Zlatoust Watch Factory (袟效袟)

As a result of the escalating military situation, on October 22, 1941, work was stopped at the聽First State Watch Factory. A聽mandate ordered the evacuation of the factory to聽Zlatoust, a city east of the Ural mountains some 1600 kilometers from Moscow. This was not unusual; as a result of advancing German troops, some 1500 factories were relocated, in over 1800 trains, to safety behind the Urals.

On November 26th, the People鈥檚 Commissariat of General Engineering (the organization overseeing all watch production) was transformed into the People鈥檚 Commissariat for Mortar Weapons. A聽new focus was clear. By November 28, 1941, the complete evacuation of the First State Watch Factory was underway. In total, some 1260 pieces of equipment were moved, including machinery, materials, assets, and inventory. Together with the equipment, 296 watchmakers and technicians were evacuated to Zlatoust.聽

The Zlatoust Watch Factory first opened on December 25, 1941, with the manufacture of ammunition for the war effort. Despite a new operating environment, harsh production conditions, and inexperienced personnel, the factory was quite productive, manufacturing more than 14 million ammunition timers and over 300,000 timepieces. During the war, 92% of Soviet tanks and 98% of Soviet aircraft were fitted with clocks running on pocket-watch movements made at the Zlatoust Watch Factory. Every third aircraft had an aviation chronometer (袗效啸袨) made at Zlatoust. Unlike those produced at the First State Watch Factory, early Zlatoust-made watch movements lacked any movement decorations or stamps aside from a serial number. Evidently, at the height of the war, cosmetic considerations were not a priority. Like other factories, during the war years, Zlatoust was referred to by its government-assigned number: Factory 834.

After the war, the Zlatoust Watch Factory continued producing products for civilian and military use. These included pocket watches (including special varieties for the blind), wristwatches (including a unique oversized design intended for Soviet hardhat divers, the 191-效小 袙袦肖), car clocks, timer switches, and opisometers. Around 1962, Zlatoust began focusing heavily on stopwatch production. Domestically, these were marketed under the brand聽Agat, but such stopwatches were also widely exported abroad to at least 12 countries. Around this time, the factory also changed its name to the Agat Watch Factory.

Over the next five decades, the Agat Watch Factory continued to be an industrial powerhouse, producing timers, switches, clocks, electronic stopwatches, and聽of course watches.聽

source – https://mroatman.wixsite.com/watches-of-the-ussr/first-watch-factory