I am very familiar with the Bulova cal. 10AN movement in its 15 and 17 jewel configurations, as I own and have serviced several Bulova models with this movement. But I recently purchased a Bulova in an Anchor step-sided gold-filled case with a 21 jewel cal. 10AN movement. The cap stones are friction fit, not screwed down, and the movement is marked "6 adjustments", which would lead me to believe this is an unusually high quality of finish for the cal. 10AN.
Hi All, can any one give the reference number for a replacment oval crystal for a 1926 Bernice
What category would a Bulova movement, in a case signed on the inside back as MASTER, fall into?
Hello, my name is Den. From Russia. Two days ago I bought this brilliant watch. Its look like a new)) Perfect condition for 1976. But I dont understand how change the time with one button. Could you help me please with this problem? I push 3 times, but nothing. Push 5 times, 6 times, but nothing too(( Maybe I dont know a secret? Help me please!
This watch was given to me years ago and it's been misplaced for a long time. I recently found it and I can't find any info about Porsche using the Bulova brand in any of their watches?
I bought a very nice Bulova pocket watch. The movement marking is stamped '47'. I believe this means the watch is from 1947.
Having looked a a number of similiar watches, this is the only one that I have seen with ADJUSTED.
How does this set it apart from similiar watches like this?
I am working on an excellent condition Squadron B with a '47 8AE movement.
I could almost say for certain that the balance wheel oscillators well before disassmbly. However, after very carefully removing the dust shield, the upper balance wheel pivot was broken.
When looking for a parts movement, I noticed many 8AE's for sale or bid without a balance wheel.
Are the 8AE's balance wheels that fragile?
Hello, I bought myself a couple of years ago an accutron astronaut Swiss made with missing black bezel. The watch is running grate but I would like to restore it. Maybe someone can help me.
Thank you in advance.
Did Bulova date any of the Academy Award watches with an A9?
I have, over some time, acquired a few women's Academy Award watches including a "J", a "B" and two "F"'s.
Both "F"'s were purchased from different sellers. Both are white gold filled ("FF?") and have casebacks dated A9. Both have 21 jewel 6BC movements dated A9. However, the Roman numerals scribed into the case fronts do not match the last three numbers of either case back.
So, I have a conundrum about dating either watch. Can the A9 be correct for an AA?
As I search through numerous online newsletter databases, I'm always coming across interesting articles that relate the the Bulova Watch Company and its staff, innovation, history and product lines.
I thought we should have a central repository for all the old newspaper clippings.
Please feel free to add any that you find here below in the comments.