Case: This could be another, different, example of the ‘Attorney’ model. Stepped bezel with engraved border next to the crystal. The case back is stainless steel.
Crystal: Glass, thick - durex
Crown: Not original ‘Bulova’.
Dial: Deep pearl in colour, with black ‘Bulova’ sub-second and minute dials
Hands: Bulova 'Modern', hour, minute & second hands, gilt
Movement: BULOVA Swiss manual wind movement. 10AX calibre, with 17 jewels. The movement is running well and keeping good time.
Size: Approx. 38.8mm long X 25.2mm wide (excluding crown). Lugs are approx. 13.5mm wide.
In reply to Yep, I think you'r right by JP
In reply to Yes it most definitly is. Do by JP
It's close to the non-conforming definition. The movement is four years after the case date, and the jewel count doesn't match the ad.
I ask myself, is it more useful to ID as a Galahad w/ a movement swap vs a non-conforming. Which of the two choices better meets site ID'ing goals while staying within our "guidelines".
I've softened on this stance, and could argue it's non-conforming, but am fine w/ Galahad w/ a movement swap w/ non-matching jewel count.
In reply to I didn't think we did id's on by JP
Can't say 'GALAHAD' as the steps across the lugs differ, the subject Watches' terraces are slanted and form a lip over the glass.
the advertised 'GALAHAD's do not, or appear not to.
engraved 'ATTORNEY', 'BREWSTER, or what not. a 'GEDNEY' has been mentioned in prior discussions although currently there are no ads to support its existance.
If the Movement symbol is the 'T' (1942) and not the arrow it would tie in nicely with the 1941 Case