Bulova 1932 White Prince

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Model ID rating explained.
2.858571
Manufacture Year: 
1932
Movement Symbol: 
T
Movement Model: 
13AT
Movement Jewels: 
15
Movement Serial No.: 
None
Case Serial No.: 
None
Case shape: 
Rectangle
Case Manufacturer: 
Bulova
Gender: 
Mens
Additional Information: 

Case is white gold with matching bracelet (Diamond & Ball Pattern). There were two Jump hour watches produced by Bulova in 1932. the ad shows the tonneau shape. there is no ad on-site for the rectanglular shaped Jump Hour.

 

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WatchCrystals.net
Posted January 10, 2011 - 12:08am

NICE ONE, WAYNE!!!

 

And I posted some more '41 varietals tonight, just for you!?

 

:-)  Scott

 

OldTicker
Posted January 10, 2011 - 12:22am

Great Find Wayne!

I have a old Lord Elgin Jump Hour, Now I want one of these sitting next to it!

Greg

mybulova_admin
Posted January 10, 2011 - 1:23am

Club 5000Panel Member

I'd ID this as a Jump Hour instead of a President.

Do we have any ads showing it as a President?

Nice Watch!!!

Daca102090
Posted January 21, 2012 - 3:18pm

I believe that there is a 1935 President jump hour listed in one of the watch books I have.  There was one 1935 I missed in the Bay about 6 months ago.  The seller was listing it as a 1950s at the time.  Didn't realize just how uncommon (not rare ;-} ) they were at that time. 

Kicking myself now.

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vintagebulova.com
Posted January 10, 2011 - 6:29pm

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The Jump Hours are some of my favorites.  Came with both 13 and 10 series movements.

Geoff Baker
Posted January 10, 2011 - 7:12pm

Club 5000Panel Member

Wayne,

Wayne,

Wayne,

well......at least I know it's going to a good home!!!

(AND I know who out sniped me)

Congratulations!!! Well Bought, this is an extremely cool watch.

Please add me to your will tonight?

mybulova_admin
Posted October 10, 2011 - 1:37am

Club 5000Panel Member

I'm almost tempted to offer you my 5000 Lone Eagle as a swap....almost I said :-)

captainclock12 (not verified)
Posted January 20, 2012 - 8:22pm

How in the heck do you set these "jump hour" watches? It seems to have a regular stem like a normal watch but I'm not seeing how the watch would set.

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shooter144
Posted January 21, 2012 - 2:06am

the watch works the same as one with hands, except instead of hands it has printed disks that turn, as the hour min and secs hand would turn, displayinfg the time. winds and sets the same. I believe there are some pics of the uncased mvmnt somewhere on here that show better than I can explain but just picture differant sized overlapping discs with the numbers printed on them instead of hands.

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bobbee
Posted February 20, 2013 - 1:05pm

 

          New 1933 ad names this step-sided model the "WHITE PRINCE"