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Recent purchase from eBay. As soon as I saw it, it caught my eye and I knew I had to have it. I haven't had any luck in regards to finding what model it is. I can't seem to find anything even remotely close in the advert or watch database. Case is dated 1967 and is 10kt. white gold filled. Crown is signed "Bulova." I havent been able to open the watch myself as it is a one-piece (monobloc) case and I don't have the experience or tools to open it up, but the seller did and I used their image of the movement. Movement is a manual-wind 17 jewel 11BLC dated 1970, possibly a replacement. The dial is what really struck me as beautiful. I'm not sure if it's a redial or not, but it seems to be in excellent condtion all around, and I love the splash of blue on the hands and outer painted hour markers. Plus it's always hard for me to resist something with a whale on the dial. Caseback is signed "Water Proof" - "Shock Resistant" - "10KT. Gold Filled" - "Anti-Magnetic" as well as the "Bulova" and case number and date. Case is 32mm wide. Additionally it came with a signed Bulova Corfam strap with signed buckle which looks to be in excellent condition.
Any information on the watch would be much appreciated and I'm excited to hopefully find out exactly what model it is. Thanks!