Mel is that a Caravelle watch as these had a 1453.30 P1 model movement in them. Dave is close to the mark as these Bulova's used AS movements, if you have a look under the balance wheel you will see the AS caliber number, as I can not make it out properly from the photo
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Starting around 1980 or so Bulova went to an all decimal movement numbering system (which was becoming the norm for the industry).It began with Accutrons: 2180, 2181, 2182, then 219, 2191.10 2192.10 etc. etc. By this time Bulova movements were being supplied by numerous factories, so the old system for mostly in-house movements (7AK, 11ANAC,etc.) was no longer viable. (BTW Bestfit encyclopedia part 1 covers up to the mid 1960s, part 2 up to about 1970. A few supplements for stems and staffs were printed separately. After that updates were on microfiche, then superceded by Matsys online Swiss parts database).
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