Watch came to me from a non-watch savy source in the box pictured. Box is obviously not correct (Waterproof), but may be the box it came in from the jeweler. It's as clean as the watch and of the proper time period give or take a couple years, I believe. Movement and case both dated M0. Movement is a 10BZ 21 jewels
bourg01 and Lisa both call this a 21st Century based on crystal dimensions. Here is what I believe to be an unmolested sock drawer watch that is basically pristine inside and out with what appears to me to be the original crystal, face, hands , signed srown and likely the original Speidel band. What do you think?
In reply to I posted 5 photos, apparently by neetstuf-4-u
It certainly is a match for the watch here: http://www.mybulova.com/watches/1959-21st-century-4744 listed as a tentative 21st Century.
I've gone though all our 1960s adverts and cannot find anything thats a match.
Keeping with the previous ID, I'd say its a tentative Bulova '21st Century'
A very nice looking watch neetstuf. I agree that this one is a 21st Century. I like it a lot.
I'm inclined to think the band a replacement as it's the type that auto adjusts to the lug spacing and would most likely not have been original equipment. I'm not a fan of these bands as they have tendency to wear grooves into the lugs from the constant metal on metal friction.
In reply to A very nice looking watch by Geoff Baker
The linked watch is ID'ed on crystal specs. I have two ticks tentative for that ID.
The dials are differrent between the two watchs, but w/ only crystal specs, dials don't come into play unless they are obviously not a point of sale dial (or redial as POS).
I'm two ticks tenative on subject watch too.
In reply to The linked watch is ID'ed on by William Smith