1943 Bulova 17J Manual C. 7AP Senator Glow-in-the-Dark Numeral Dial Runs & Stops


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For your consideration is this manual winding vintage men’s wristwatch movement that runs and stops. The movement will run for a long time in multiple positions, and then it will stop unexpectedly. The U.S. movement was made by Bulova in 1943, and it is the caliber 7 AP “Senator” model featuring an excellent silver-tone dial and sunken silver subdial with glow-in-the-dark numeral markings. The 17 jewel movement comes cased in a 10K yellow rolled gold plated bezel with a snap on cushion backing. The case measures 28mm tall (without lugs) by 21.5mm wide with step down lugs that have an inside measurement of 14mm. The item is missing the hands and the crystal, and the bezel has wear. The backing has the initial W.M.K. engraved on the outside, but the silver-tone dial is in excellent condition. Please see pictures for more detail, and feel free to ask any questions!

  • Brand: Bulova
  • Condition: Pre-owned
  • Notes: The movement runs and stops. It will run in multiple positions for a long time. There are no hands or crystal on this item. The dial is in excellent condition, but the bezel has wear, and the backing has engraved initials.
  • Age: 1943
  • Region of Origin: Switzerland
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Gender: Men’s


12587 CK

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Weight 0.374999248 lbs



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