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Railroad Pocket Watches22 of 68Hamilton No. 940 Railroad TimekeeperElgin B.W. Raymond
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Vladimir
    (148 items)

    This series of Molniya is a special edition for Russian Railways since 1960. I really like the clean design of this pocket watch, as it has neither a redundant line!

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 7 years ago
      I find it odd that the winged wheel is identical to the German symbol, at least from the 30's thru 40's. Is that a standard RR symbol thru Europe & Russia?
    2. Vladimir Vladimir, 7 years ago
      To Germany, Russia and Bulgaria it is the symbol of railway and transport troops. In Bulgaria this symbol is used before the Second World War, it was probably modeled on Germany. I think that in Russia the symbol is similar to the period before the Second World War. See my next post!

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