Corsar (West Germany)

The Corsar brand was a 1970s export trademark most likely intended for the West German market. Watches bearing the Corsar brand were usually identical to domestic production models aside from the brand on the dial. The dials of many Corsar watches exhibit an unusual mix of English and German (e.g. writing "steine" and "shockproof" on the same dial). 

 

Corsar watches were produced by Poljot, Luch, Raketa, Molnija, Zlatoust, and Zaria. 

Corsar "Copernicus"
Corsar "Copernicus"

Caliber: 2609.НП (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Raketa export (Germany), Petrodvorets Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 2209 (23 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Luch export (Germany), Minsk Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 2209 (23 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Luch export (Germany), Minsk Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 2209 (23 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Luch export (Germany), Minsk Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 2609 (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Raketa export (Germany), Petrodvorets Watch Factory

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2609 (17 jewels)
2609 (17 jewels)

Caliber: 2609 (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Raketa export (Germany), Petrodvorets Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 3602 (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Pocket watch, Molnija export (Germany), Chelyabinsk Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 2609.HA (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Pocket watch, Raketa export (Germany), Petrodvorets Watch Factory

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Corsar
Corsar

Caliber: 3602 (17 jewels) Year: 1970s Notes: Pocket watch, Molnija export (Germany), Chelyabinsk Watch Factory

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