- Brand: Bulova
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: The movement is for parts or repair. The balance is stuck, and the movement is tightly wound. The crystal is cloudy and worn, but the dial is a plain silver color. The case is in nice condition, and the springbars and connecting links are included and attached on both sides. The second hand for the sunken subdial is missing.
- Age: 1952
- Region of Origin: Switzerland
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Gender: Men's
For your consideration is this manual winding vintage men’s wristwatch movement that is for parts or repair. The balance is stuck, and the movement is tightly wound. The Swiss movement was made by Bulova in 1952, and it is the caliber 10 BT “Director” model featuring a white barrel dial and sunken subdial with gold-tone hands pointing to numeral markings. The 15 jewel movement comes cased in a fancy 10K yellow rolled gold plated bezel with a stainless steel cushion snap-on backing. The case measures 27mm tall (without lugs) by 25.5mm wide with loop-style lugs that have an inside measurement of 16mm. The crystal is cloudy and worn, but the dial is a plain silver color. The case is in nice condition, and the springbars and connecting links are included and attached on both sides. The second hand for the sunken subdial is missing. Please see pictures for more detail, and feel free to ask any questions!
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