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Vintage 1940s Mens Bulova 14K Solid White Gold Rectangular Watch Manual Winding
Vintage Men's Bulova Solid 14K White Gold Rectangular Watch Circa 1940's-50's
A handsome, top of the line men's wristwatch was made by the Bulova Watch Company.
The watch case is made of solid 14k white gold, which houses a high grade manual winding movement.
The case is marked on the back-14K, Bulova, and serial number 63104.
The silver satin dial has some patina, with raised gold 3 9 12 Arabic numerals.
Manual wind movement is marked- Bulova Watch Co., USA, & 8AE with 21 Jewels.
The watch is rectangular shape and approx. 22 mm. wide x 35 mm long lug to lug, and it is approx. 8 mm thick.
The high quality watch strap is made of genuine Lizard, made in France also comes with a Bulova original vintage stainless steel buckle.
This handsome and highly collectible wristwatch is running well.
USED CONDITION. WHAT YOU SEE YOU'LL GET.
THIS ITEM NO RETURN . SOLD AS-IS.
The pictures are the actual item that is for sale.
Any defects that are shown in the pictures are part of the description.
This watch is guaranteed 100% authentic and original Bulova
We can't guarantee accuracy of vintage watch as they may need cleaning or servicing.
Please ask all question PRIOR to bidding, as this is a final sale. No returns will be accepted!
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