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Bulova 1967 Clipper "A"

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1967 Clipper. M7 on the case, M6 on the movement. Shock resist. S/S Case. Waterproof. Automatic on the dial while Self Winding on the case back. 

Matches this one I believe :

32mm wide case. 39mm lug to lug. 17mm between lugs.  The hour markers appear to have lumin that is turning greenish.  Runing strong. 

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1967 Bulova watch
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neetstuf-4-u's picture
Panel Member
Posted August 2, 2019 - 6:15pm

I think your watch is right on the transition edge between Clipper "A" and Sea King "BW" as discussed here.

Clipper "A" was usually face marked Self Winding and backmarked Water Proof through 1967.

Post 1967 (earliest avail. ad 1969) , watch was renamed Sea King "BW" and marked Automatic and Water Resistant. Regulations for watches changed in 1968 and "waterproof" was replaced with "water resistant". The line between "self winding" and "automatic" is a little foggy, but seems to be in the same time frame.

I'm just splitting hairs here; I'll agree as a 1967, it's a

Clipper "A".


Kathy L.
Panel Member
Posted August 3, 2019 - 9:42pm

I will agree with Clipper.

1967 Bulova Clipper "A"

Panel Member
Posted August 4, 2019 - 7:00am

1967 Bulova Clipper "A"

Geoff Baker
Club 5000Panel Member
Posted August 4, 2019 - 9:25pm

Very nice watch, I love the red/black strap, it really kicks up the looks.

1967 Bulova Clipper A