London, South Kensington
17 May 2007
a poljot titanium soviet commemorative space watch worn by valery polyakov,
a chronographic wrist watch with day indication, titanium case with gold plated trim, black face, leather strap, on the face is the Poljot trade maker's mark, 1994-1996, on the reverse is a gilt insert depicting the MIR space station, in black presentation case with POLJOT THE FIRST MOSCOW WATCH FACTORY printed in lid
face 3cm. (1¼in.) diameter
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Worn by the soviet cosmonaut Valery Polyakov who flew on the Soyuz TM-6 and Soyuz TM-7 in 1988 and the Soyuz TM-18 in 1994. He was selected as a cosmonaut for Medical Group 3 on March 22nd1972. He retired as a cosmonaut on June 1st1995.
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