I thought it about time we started a forum where we can post pictures of myBulova.com members meeting. A few years back I was delighted to hear that a couple of members met to share a beer and a yarn about their Bulova watch addiction, ah I mean collection. Prior to myBulova.com these members were total strangers and it's a wonderful feeling to know that this site has made some lasting friendships...no marriages yet (plenty of divorces maybe..joking) but it's only a matter of time before His Excellency meets and marrys Her Excellency.
I'd like to officially put this forward to the myBulova.com community at large to scrutinize and see if it holds true. We've always had a problem dating the very early 1920s vintage Bulova wstches and often used the first number in the case serial number to date the year of production.
Well I'd like to suggest that for pre 1924 watches (pre movement date code) we use the second number to date the year of production.
I've decided to start this forum topic as a way for members to alert the wider community to the fake vintage Bulova watches being sold on eBay. Whilst it is policy here not to list any active watch sales on this site I feel a strong need to allow members of this site to post their 'genuine' concern over a watch being sold as a particular Bulova model when it is clearly not.
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