Thanks all for the links. It is a Helios.
I found this link to a Helios within the links posted. It appears to be a Chinese knock off of the Mizar mount with a questionable OTA. The date would be around 2003. So far I haven't seen any issues with the mount. The OTA was already collimated. The link states the mirror is spherical - at F4. Right now the mirror is filthy and has to be cleaned before I can even check it for focal length. It has an 'official' eliptical secondary that is huge. I don't think this scope fits in this forum. If the mirror is spherical it doesn't fit in astronomy.
I'll clean the primary, check exact focal length and F ratio while out. I can close up some tolerances on collimation. Now there might be some curiosity in this forum about the primary being spherical. I'll get it out for a test run. If it is spherical then the images should be horrible. I don't know the wave error of a spherical F4 mirror but it won't be pretty. I'll do a quick report here for the curiosity, no detailed review. I already checked the mount for the DEC worm issues mentioned in the link. This was already fixed by factory or by previous owner. The offset mounting bolts can be seen. The mount seems to be fairly decent.