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Anyone know the model name of this Bulova?
(I hope to add some more two tone Bulova watch pictures soon, hence the watches title)
And this one, who's hour hand is about 3 micros long!
Here is a Bulova two-tone from my collection. I wish there were a source for Bulova like there is for Illinois.
This isn't a two-tone watch, but it is an interesting early Bulova. Thanks for posting your Bulovas. This was a good question.
Found another one...
It looks like you have a very nice collection of Bulove 2-tones! I am a NUT for 2-tones, with most of mine being the Illinois variety.
Stephen, a great collection of vintage two-toned Bulova watches, mostly for the 20s and 30s too, my favorite period.
If you ever find out the model names I'd love to see them added to the myBulova website.
The fourth one down is a 1929 Richard.
The sixth one down is more than likely a 1927 President.
The others I'll need to check off against the vintage Bulova ads I have.
Thanks for sharing!
Interestingly, or not, it's inscribed Mervin J. Kutz from Mildred 7.13.1935, but has the 1924 copyright notice:
It has the T shaped date stamp
And this later, non-working, but with orginal strap:-
the sides and back of the case and the outer step is white gold
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