Bulova watch booklet

Hi all 

I have a bulova booklet which shows the breakdown of manual watches it is approx 4 inches x 4,5 inches in size each page shows a picture of the various stages of dismantement of the movement.

I dont know the actual age of this booklet,but it states it was issued in 1946 on the back page.

The pictures are on cellophane pages which overlay the watch movement.I'

If any member would like this booklet please contact me by messenger and I can email pictures of the booklet. All I require in the way of payment for this booklet, becaus I live in Spain, would be the postage cost which would not be much as it could be easily sent in a very small envelope. 

I have now stopped collecting vintage Bulova watches and have in fact sold all of my collection. This is the only Bulova item I still own and though it might be of interest to one of the site members.

P.S.

I would just like to take this oportunity to thank the panel members who helped me with advise on the various watches i uploaded to the site over the last few year. Their combined  knowledge not only in helping to identify my watches but about the Bulova company in general is excellent

Regards

George (donegd)

 

Geoff Baker
Posted March 24, 2018 - 7:08am

Club 5000Panel Member

George - I'm pretty sure I have a couple of those booklets around here somewhere too, I thought we had it in our catalog section.

Best wishes to you in your next collecting endeavor, thanks for sharing your watches (over 80 of them) over the years. Your collection lives on here on the pages of myBulova.

mybulova_admin
Posted March 25, 2018 - 12:52am

Club 5000Panel Member

The item can also be viewed on the sites 'Vintage Bulova Calatogs' page under the heading 'Bulova School of Watchmaking 10AK Parts (1946)'

donegd
Posted March 25, 2018 - 10:16am

Hi All

Yes thats the same booklet as the one I have. If anyone is interested in this booklet just message me. 

Geoff I have started to collect Baume & Merciers now, I only have 4 at the moment as they tend to be quite a bit more expensive to buy than vintage Bulova¨s. The last one I purchased (a lovely gold Formula S ) cost me $1400 plus another $300 to have it serviced.

regards George