Moscow Nights...

The song of the “Moscow Nights”, which gave this watch its name, was included in the “Guinness Book of World Records” as the song sung most in the world. You can hear it both in India in all the local dialects, in far-off Nigeria in the old Haussa language, or in foggy Copenhagen, where sailors greet each other with words from that song. The catchy melody and the deeply touching words make it a real figurehead for Russia.

Technical data

Reference number: 9011.1940264

Movement: Manual winding Cal. 9011-PI, 18 jewels, 18 000 A/h, 38 hours power reserve, refined with “Geneva stripes”

Case: gold plated, Ø 43 mm, h = 12,4 mm, 5 atm, glass back

Glass: Sapphire glass

Dial: brown

Strap: Brown leather strap

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9011.1940264

Manual winding Cal. 9011-PI, 18 jewels, 18 000 A/h, 38 hours power reserve, refined with “Geneva stripes”

gold plated, Ø 43 mm, h = 12,4 mm, 5 atm, glass back

Saphire glass

brown

brown leather strap

Handwinding

Caliber 9011-Poljot

Variations

Variations

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