VTG Gruen Veri-Thin 15J Mens C 423 Movement 10K RGP Bezel Subdial Runs For Parts
1959 Bulova 17J Manual Men’s Cal. 11AF Senator 10K RGP Bezel For Parts or Repair
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For your consideration is this manual winding vintage men’s wristwatch movement that is for parts or repair. The balance is stuck, and the watch is tightly wound. The Swiss movement was made by Bulova in 1959, and it is the caliber 11AF “Senator” model featuring a 10K yellow rolled gold plated bezel and a stainless steel snap on cushion shaped back. It also features a nice white dial with a sunken subdial and gold-tone tapered hands pointing to Arabic numeral markings. The 17 jewel movement case measures 29mm tall x 27mm wide, and the lugs have an inside measurement of 16mm. The crystal needs to be replaced. Please see pictures for more detail, and feel free to ask any questions!
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Please note that this watch is for parts of repair. We are selling it as we found it. We do not go thru each watch except to see if it runs, keeps time, ect. Any exclusions are not intentional, you are buying it with any and all problems it may have.
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