What Are They?

Hey all, good evening! 

I joined the forums because I happened to get two Bulova watches from a lot of other ladies wristwatches in an estate sale.  Unfortunately I have no way of identifying them.  I've gone through all the pictures of watches on this site and haven't found what models I have are.  I know we're supposed to add watches through the site but, unfortunately, I don't have the tools or the knowhow how to get to see the watch movement or anything internally and I worry about damaging them.  I don't even have a way to date them. 

I was wondering if not this forum, but if there were any others where I could direct and upload my pictures for possible identification?  I know we're not supposed to be asking for model identification here so that's why I was wondering!

Thanks so much for your time!

Geoff Baker
Posted July 9, 2016 - 9:27pm

Club 5000Panel Member

Hi RetroMilky, welcome to myBulova. Take some photos and add the watches, we'll do our best to identify them with the information you give us. We're willing if you are!

mybulova_admin
Posted July 11, 2016 - 6:10am

Club 5000Panel Member

As Geoff has advised, the panel needs to see the watch itself, both front and back in detail. Its not always necessary to see the inside movement for us to determine the model, but it often helps.

When adding your watches, please do so separately and we will do our best to help identify them.