Bulova 1934 Senator

Submitted by DeckardBR on March 27, 2023 - 10:35pm
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Vintage Bulova watch estimated to be from 1934, possibly Ambassador series? Had watch in my possession for many years as it was my grandfathers. Not many details known, I think originally watch used a brown leather wrist strap/band. It was later replaced with the current stretchy metallic wrist band. 10K Gold white rolled plated, maybe? Case serial number engraved on the back is 499514. Any help for exact model and perhaps the color wrist strap would be greatly appreciated. 

Posted March 28, 2023 - 11:30am

Heirloom watches are the best. What a great keepsake from your grandfather. I agree, it's the engraved case version of the 

1934 Senator

Like this one

Kathy L.
Posted March 28, 2023 - 1:06pm

Welcome to myBulova and thanks for sharing your wonderful watch from your grandfather.

1934 Bulova Senator

Geoff Baker
Posted March 28, 2023 - 9:37pm

Great heirloom watch. Straps and bands are really a personal choice. I think the on that encourages you wear the watch comfortably is the right one! 1934 Bulova Senator.

Posted March 29, 2023 - 2:30pm

Can anyone confirm what the original wristband was for this 1934 Senator, research from the links provided here indicate either a link strap or pigskin leather, I’m pretty sure my father had mention it was originally pigskin leather, but if anyone knows for sure along with the color I want to try to replace it at a watch shop in my area. Thank you.

Geoff Baker
Posted March 30, 2023 - 8:46pm

As shown in the advert above and THIS watch, the Bulova Senator of this era was shipped with a link style bracelet.