1953 (L3) dated 17AH Movement in 1952 (L2) dated 10k RGP etched three-piece case. Not sure what model Bulova Pocket Watch but extremely nice watch with original gold plated chain in perfect condition. Great case, unblemished crystal, amazing hands, couple minor blemishes on dial. Pristine 17J movement keeping most excellent time.
In reply to looks like it's the by William Smith
This appears to be a Buckingham "C" based on the 1957 Line Book BAWD0132 page 69 of 162. The engraved case is correct as well as the dial but the hands might have been replaced. Cannot find an ad match to the hands and dial but the hands are showing on other models of the same year same page.
In reply to Jim - there are two… by Geoff Baker
I should add that I only found a reference to a Buckingham A, B, and C with the C being the only engraved model. Also during this period I do not find a reference to the Buckingham B until 1972 which is a different style pocket watch. I did find a Kellogg that shared the case and hands but the dial was different. It was also showing discontinued in the line book and no listed variants. I am leaning towards a Buckingham C with replaced hands.