The Osxar brand was a 1970s export trademark most likely intended for the French market. This brand used the Poljot calibers 2209, 2416, and 2627, among possible others. Watches bearing the Osxar brand were typically identical to domestic production models aside from the name on the dial and the reference to "rubies" rather than jewels, as was customary in France.
Caliber: 2616.H (30 jewels) Year: 1980s Notes: First Moscow Watch Factory
Caliber: 2209 (23 jewels) Model: 903xxx Year: 1970s Notes: Minsk Watch Factory