Bulova 1932 Jump Hour

2/10 votes
Model ID rating explained.
3
Manufacture Year: 
1932
Movement Symbol: 
T
Movement Model: 
Unknown
Case shape: 
Rectangle
Additional Information: 

I found the picture and description of this ladies Jump Hour online.  It was aparently from an ebay auction in April 2010.  It is not my watch nor my picture.  Please see below for the ebay sellers description.

Rare Art Deco Bulova ladies watch, circa 1932. Fine Art Deco case, with two curved windows to view the time. Iconic design in a rare ladies version. Watch seems to be overwound and is tfore currently not in running condition -- an adjustment or repair will be in order, but parts/movement appears complete and winding stem easily turns in reverse.

I don't know what type of metal the case is -- t are no worn areas and back of case looks almost perfect. Ar t Deco bracelet/band, appears original. Movement is dated to 1932 (with a "T"in the upper left to indicate 1932). Everything, including crown and dial, appears 100% original.

 

Sorry but I could find only one picture, but hey... we've it's all we've got!

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1932 Lady Jump Hour
mybulova_admin
Posted September 29, 2011 - 1:21am

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wow a female version...this just keeps getting better. Or did you just photoshop squish a mens version :-)

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Wayne Hanley
Posted September 29, 2011 - 4:00am

Speaking holisticaly. Women apparently didn't care about seconds (2 holer) only hours & minutes. Guys needed the seconds (3 holer)! lol

simpletreasures
Posted September 29, 2011 - 7:46am

Now that's just funny, Wayne. There's a joke that comes to mind, but just can't bring myself to post it....