Inside of caseback says:
REF. L-178 in black ink with U7048-0 and U-10328-0 scratched in
Movement says: 2301
In reply to Any chance of more info by William Smith
Hi everyone, sorry I'm very new to this all. My pictures aren't great but hopefully you can see some of the details. I have not opened the watch so don't know how it is stamped inside. Back case reads "14kt, Bulova N5, 57589" with the "J" symbol with arrow. The watch belonged to my mom and was bought in California in the mid-70s - I believe 1975 based on the marking.
I vote for an unknown Accutron
Based on the series being produced at the time- I'd say Accutron 230, but that's just a guess, as it could have a different Accutron series movement, or even a 2005 Chinese quartz movement fitted to the case. If we are ID'ing the case/dial independent of the movement within, then it's an unknown model 1975 Accutron- if there is such a thing.
Owner notes :Back case reads "14kt, Bulova N5, 57589" with the "J" symbol with arrow.