1948 ad for Her Excellency "C" (or at least I think that's what it says). Close?
Then in 1951, we see "CC" on metal bracelet. Any other differences?
The "C" ad doesn't appear to have the eight sided crystal (cut corner crystal) of subject watch. The "CC" doesn't either, and almost appears tonneau-shapped?
Generic Her Excellency for now as there does not seem to be a matching advert for this variant.
Her Excellency from me too. Lots of ads, but no match.
Just because it has 21J don't mean that it is a Her Excellency, could be a entirely different series.
The original bracelet was a combination between "Caprice"'s and "Curie"'s from the ad.
It must be a "Her Excellency", the movement series proves it.
And if it was later than '48, shouldn't there be a different case series?
The Dolly Madison series also had 21J movements, but as of now we don't have many ads showing them from 46-49, we have many showing the Her Excellency series, but not with this case.
It also could be something else, there is no rhyme or reason when it comes to Bulova.
Unknown for now until a ad will confirm the name.
If the 1952 Dolly Madison's movement series is 6BC and mine is 6BA, then yes, you're right, it is very possible to be a D.M.
Good point on the HE vs DM. Changed my vote to Unknown now....