I inherited this Blova watch years ago. The outer glass is broken, it still ticks but needs adjusting for sure. I know little to nothing about watches, I am learning. ALl i know is that my great uncle adored this watch. I have NOT been able to find another just like it. Ever. I believe this watch is a Right angle watch. I am NOT sure at all of the year model. I put 1940 as year because it made me select a year to continue posting. It has what I would consider to be normal scratches and wear and tear. It needs some love and attention, but this watch is unique and Id love to see it sold to another lover of antique Bulovas.
Below is a list of what information I could see on the watch itself. I cannot see that well so I am not 100% on these but I did the best I could in hopes maybe someone can help me learn more about this watch. It is absolutely stunning. Make offer today! Let's talk- I am open to all serious offers- or email me to see better pics of the ones I tried to take with my 5mp camera aren't sufficient. Thanks for looking!
- 17 jewels
- Bulova fifth ave. New York
-8601391 on back of case. 12 kt gold filled
- 8-10 k rolled gold plate written on band i believe.
-Rite or Right Angle watch and rectangular face shape.