Yuri Margorsky
Thanks for visiting my web site! I would like to offer you antique nautical, aircraft & photo instruments.
All devices are sold for cash (US Dollars). Sometimes I have rare-to-be-met aircraft, ship, vintage, military chronometers & clocks, meteo, optical, geodesic instruments & photocameras. If you need something that's already sold, tell me, I'll look for one just for you. Feel free to ask me for any navigation instrument made in DDR or USSR.
If you are interested in purchasing any of these items or have any questions, please e-mail me, Yuri Margorsky:

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All the best.
AI15.
Military 24-hour Board Clock model 55M/IFF, Tupolev Bomber.

$200

The Infamous "Doomsday" Clock!
This Clock has an 8 Day movement and was intended for use in an underground missile silo or on board a Submarine, where night and day are not easily observable.
New (Never Used), factory-sealed timepieces - these clocks still have all their original factory seals intact!
Original Russian Air Force issue.
These Clocks have been used in Tupolev long-range bombers, also was intended for use in an underground missile silo or on board a Submarine, where night and day are not easily observable!
With the 55M / IFF electronic block (Identification Friend or Foe).
Fully mechanical, wind up clock with 3-day running reserve, 2-day launch sequence indicator, luminous hands and 24-hour (military time) clock face, built-in 27-volt heater.
Water-proof / vibration-proof, corrosion-resistant steel case withstands 10G s.
Tested from -76 °F (-60 °C) to +140 °F (+60 °C).
2ѕ inches (7 cm) diameter, 3 inches (7.5 cm) deep.
The diameter of dial: 72 mm.
AI588.
Aircraft Cockpit Clock WWII USSR

$70

This Rare Military Model of Aircraft Cockpit Clock.

Producer: This Mechanical Millitary Cockpit Clock produced by the Zlatoust Clock Factory (RUSSIA).
The First Kirov Clock Plant was evacuated from Moscow to Zlatoust in the autumn of 1941 (WWII). The installation of equipment started at the end of November. The fist production was produced on the 25th of December 1941.
The Zlatoust Clock factory mainly produces top secret hardware for the Military, Sport and Space programs.
AI594.
Board Thermometer for the Soviet Air Force model TH-45

$36(sold)

This is a Genuine Soviet Air Force Board Thermometer model TH-45 with Luminous Markings.
Thermometer diameter - 53,5 mm
The Thermometer in a Very Good Condition!
AI741.
Soviet Aircraft Zoom - Altimeter

$50

Soviet Aircraft Zoom - Climb as you dare with your own MIG-29 altimeter.
AI361.
MiG Pilots Certainly Had the Right Stuff

$96

Classic ShZ-50 Flying Helmets, were worn by MiG Pilots during '60-'70 and are still worn by Russian Bomber Pilots. Supple, Brown Leather with chamois lining. Rubber-covered, internally wired earphones, Natural Fur, buckle-on chinstrap...
Good Condition.
CU: Here the Helmet is sold only! ;)
AI234.
Board Clock for the Russian Air Force Model 117-CHP

$60

Model 117-CHP.
This model is intended for use on board the helicopter or tank.
The diameter of the piece is 60mm.
AI165.
Extremely Rare Vintage WWII Military Soviet Aircraft Compass AK-53

$250(sold)

With Original Kirov (Poljot) manual winding movement. This Aircraft Compass was made at "First Moscow Watch Factory" in 51th.
It was used with a Aircraft(Astro) Chronometer.
- An optical device, incorporating an AVRM 8-day clock mechanism, used on Tupolev long-range bombers in the late 1950s & 1960s as a non-magnetic navigation & targeting aid. Reportedly also used on some early Spacecraft.
- Allowed navigator to accurately determine the true heading of the aircraft, the true bearing of a distant object & the relative bearing of a distant object.
- Incorporates three separate viewing devices: 1st for navigating from the position of the sun, 2nd for navigating from the position of the moon & stars, 3rd for locating a cloud or fog obscured sun with polarized light.
- Radium coated second hand dates this device to the earliest 1960s, when the use of radium lume was discontinued in the Soviet Union, or before.
- Incorporates 27v electric heater.
- This device is similar to one produced in the US & Britain in the 1940s-50s, the ‘MK II Astro Compass’, however those devices did not incorporate a clock mechanism. 1950-1970 F.instrument radium dial

Exceedingly Rare and Highly Collectible, not many were made and fewer still remain!
Very Fine Watch for a Collecting and for Carrying!
AI181.
Board Clock 20CHP-M

$300(sold)

for Aircraft Chronometer
AI57.
MIG Pilots Flight Computer АС-28

$17(sold)

MIG Pilots used these flight computers, 1946, for calculating time, speed and distance problems, from low to Mach speeds.
Hard plastic with metal protractor arm/bearing circle; canvas case.
AI55.
Soviet Aircraft Sextant

$300

AI48.
Board Clock for the Russian Air Force model AЧС-1 (MIG)

$200

Model AЧС-1(MIG)
Soviet MIG Chronograph with original matching box.
Built to keep time flawlessly while pulling 6 G s! A 27-volt heater ensures operation even at -70?F! 25 Jewel 4 Day mechanical chronograph movement, inside an all-steel, dust/water-proof case.
Subsidiary dials indicate 30 minute and 12 hour elapsed time.
This Clock appears to have never been issued.
2+" diameter, 2" deep, 2 lbs.
AI49.
Board Clock for the Russian Air Force model CHP-60

$125

Special USSR Aviation Watch CHP-60.
Used on various Military and Civil Planes.
The diameter of the piece is 85mm.
The Precision movement is 20 Jewels.
Two buttons at bottom -one for winding and the other for start/stop.
Designed for rugged MIG use.
5 day running power and designed to maintain precision to 1.5 g force!
AI53.
Aircraft Cockpit Clock I-16 WWII USSR

$80

This rare military model of Aircraft Cockpit Clock Polikarpov I-16 (Soviet Aircraft Polikarpov I-16 Ishak (Little Donkey) was the first monoplane airplane with a fully enclosed cockpit and retractable landing gear) was used during the second WWII.

Producer: This Mechanical Millitary Cockpit Clock produced by the Zlatoust Clock Factory (RUSSIA).
The First Kirov Clock Plant was evacuated from Moscow to Zlatoust in the autumn of 1941 (WWII). The installation of equipment started at the end of November. The fist production was produced on the 25th of December 1941.
The Zlatoust Clock factory mainly produces top secret hardware for the Military, Sport and Space programs.
AI51.
Board Clock for the Russian Air Force Model 122

$70

Model 122.
The diameter of the piece is 85mm. A 27-volt heater ensures operation even at -70
AI742.
Vintage Soviet Aircraft Zoom - Altimeter

$50

Soviet Aircraft Zoom - Climb as you dare with your own MIG altimeter.
AI50.
Board Clock for the Russian Air & NAVY Force Model 19 CHP(61CHP)

$150

Model 19 CHP(61CHP), 5 day running power
AI52.
Board Clock for the Russian Air Force Model 127-CHP

$60

Model 127-CHP. This model is intended for use on board the helicopter or tank.
AI180.
Aircraft Chronometer model 13CHP “Poljot“

$3000(sold)

AI179.
Board Thermometer for the Soviet Air Force model THB-45

$25

This is a Genuine Soviet Air Force Board Thermometer model THB-45 with luminous markings.

Thermometer diameter - 53mm
The Thermometer in a Good Condition!
AI54.
Rare Vintage Watch for the MIG (for Photography)

$140

from an Aircraft 'Machine Gun' Camera