Here is a rare one. It is a 1942 "Drivers Watch" so called because it had hinged lugs and was designed to be worn on the side of the wrist by drivers so that they did not have to take their hands off of the steering wheel in the pre-power steering era. The case appears to be similar to a Beacon but this has 8 notches vs 10 on the Beacon. The case is rose gold with a stainless back with a great engraving of "Tim From the Boys 1943" . The dial is copper color with black hour markers and blued hands. The case has fully hinged and articulated lugs. The movement is 21 Jewels and a 10AK with a 1942 T date code. There is another example in the database listed as an unknown. https://mybulova.com/watches/1942-unknown-687
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