ZIM-Pobeda 

Watches produced by the "Zavodi Imeni Maslennikov" factory, Samara (Russia). 

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Dsc02434.jpg (98749 byte) Dsc02437.jpg (70876 byte) Model: Pobeda
Year: 1977
Caliber: 2602, 15 jewels, hand-wound, little seconds subdial
Note: bought by my father at the flea market in Bari in the 1993. The movement is derived from the caliber K-1 of the 1MWF-Pobeda of the years '50s, but with a worser finish. Nice dial, ultra-cheap substance, but works good. Acrylic glass (on this watch i have put a glass from a Komandirskie), pressed caseback.  Diameter 33 mm. 
Dsc02438.jpg (90828 byte) Dsc02440.jpg (82642 byte) Model: Pobeda "BAL - Bashkir Airlines"
Year: 1993
Caliber: 2602, 15 jewels, hand-wound, little seconds subdial
Note:
produced for the Bashkir Airlines (BAL), an Ukrainian airlines company. On the dial there is a Tupolev TU-154. New with box and document. Acrylic glass, pressed caseback.  Diameter 33 mm. 
DSC02869.JPG (94916 byte) Dsc02883.jpg (96289 byte) Model: "Mockba 80"
Year: 1980
Caliber: 2602, 15 jewels, hand-wound, little seconds subdial
Note: produced in limited series for the Olympic Games in Moscow in the 1980. Note the engravings on the caseback. Very massive watch. Acrylic glass, screwed caseback, Diameter 42 mm.