Bulova 1949 Her Excellency

Submitted by Kathy L. on October 18, 2019 - 7:03pm
N
Manufacture Year
1949
Movement Model
6BK
Movement Date Code
48 (A8)
Movement Jewels
21
Movement Serial No.
-
Case Serial No.
464695
Case shape
CornerCut
Case Manufacturer
Bulova
Crystal Details
Square
Gender
Ladies
Additional Information

Picked this one up mainly for the working movement with this dial.  This dial is advertised in the HE "G" but I think it looks rather nice in the "N" case as well.  Maybe a replacement or maybe you could pick which dial you wanted I don't know.  What do you think.  It is definitely the "N" case.  Thought it was worth putting in the DB for possible comparisons later.  

It is 14k pink gold filled.  Has a 48 date stamped movement and a 49 date stamped case.

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Geoff Baker
Posted October 18, 2019 - 10:51pm

Beautiful watch Kathy. It seems like we would tag it as Her Excellency noting a possible replacement dial?

Kathy L.
Posted October 20, 2019 - 8:03pm

In reply to by Geoff Baker

Thank you Geoff.  Yes we could go with the case and do HE "N" or a generic HE.

neetstuf-4-u
Posted October 20, 2019 - 9:52pm

Another nice one. I like the combo of face and dial.

1949 Her Excellency "N" noting probable face swap from a "G".

Geoff Baker
Posted October 20, 2019 - 10:16pm

I guess I'm the wet towel of watch ID. If it's not an exact match to the ad I I would have to go without the variant.

1949 Her Excellency (leaving off the variant). As always, if the panel votes the variant I'd have to give the ID two (tentative) ticks.

Kathy L.
Posted October 24, 2019 - 10:21am

In reply to by Geoff Baker

With the Her Excellency line I would be inclined to go with the variant.  It seems like on this line they designated the variant by the case and case color regardless of which dial it had.  Like the "L" https://www.mybulova.com/watches/1949-her-excellency-9333 for example.

We do have this ad which shows this case and dial that I assumed was the "M" but it could have been an option for the "N" as well.