Diana

Bulova 1948 Diana

Model ID rating explained.
Manufacture Year: 
1948
Movement Symbol: 
Circle
Movement Model: 
69k
Movement Jewels: 
17
Case Serial No.: 
8616409
Case shape: 
Square
Case Manufacturer: 
Bulova
Gender: 
Ladies
Additional Information: 

1948 diana

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Bulova 1930 Diana

Model ID rating explained.
Manufacture Year: 
1930
Movement Symbol: 
Omega
Movement Model: 
5AP
Movement Jewels: 
15
Case Serial No.: 
unknown
Case shape: 
Tonneau
Case Manufacturer: 
Bulova
Crystal Details: 
Diana, with Kreisler band containing 8 clear rectangular stones
Gender: 
Ladies
Additional Information: 

I don't know anything about watches, except what I've read here the past few months.  I received this watch in my late mother's belongings.  I believe it may have belonged to her mother, as my mother was born in 1935.  This sat in her jewelry box my entire life.  My sisters put it in the throw away pile but I thought it was worth holding on to.  I can't find much of anything online about the Diana, which I believe may be from 1930.  Wondering if it is rare and if there is value?  I haven't been able to identify the band, other than it says Kreisler Quality Gold Cont 025 USA.  Thanks for any info, this seems to be a very informative site.  Willing to sell.

Luanne

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Bulova 1948 Diana

Model ID rating explained.
Manufacture Year: 
1948
Movement Symbol: 
48 (A8)
Movement Model: 
6BK
Movement Jewels: 
17
Case Serial No.: 
1318307
Case shape: 
CornerCut
Crystal Details: 
6mm x 6mm
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Bulova 1949 Diana

Model ID rating explained.
Manufacture Year: 
1949
Movement Model: 
5AC
Case Serial No.: 
014K0, 956917
Additional Information: 

The face of the watch, when out of the crystal casing, says Swiss. On the back of the latch is written Kreisler Quality, Gold Cont 025. Inside - 17 Seventeen Jewels, 5AC, RS AF,  49, Unadjusted, Swiss, BXW. The watch originally belonged to my grandmother who was born in 1904, given to my mother in 1996 upon my grandmother's death and I inherited when my mother passed.

I am assuming that the BXW stamped into the back of the watch is the initials of the person who assembled the watch...is that correct? The watch in the advertisement page of 1947 is shown in gold, but near as I can tell, it's the same model

White-gold Bracelet & link band w/chain.

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