Hi guys. Looking for a spare second hand for my 1953 (L3) Surgeon with the 10BUC movement. Do any of you has one you are willing to let go? Thanks in advance.
I tried to post this before, so apologies if this appears twice!
I have two desk clock.
Somebody has posted a photo of the little silver one on here. Theirs is in better condition than mine.
The other appears to be brass. Certainly heavy enough to be brass.
Unfortunately, I don't have packaging / cases for either.
These jeweler sales books are from 1939. They were delivered in the original mailer that was sent to the jeweler. Also included was a 1939 price list. I am not sure if the price list is complete, it seems like there should be more pages to it. And a sample of a newspaper ad.
I started working on a Bulova 11AERC movement, took lots of pictures while disassembling.
But I was wondering if there is any documentation about this movement?
Maybe some exploded views or details on how the compilation works?
I've searched in the archives but nothing came up, anyone had more luck then me?
Regards and take care
Okay Okay... that last picture was okay.. but wait.. there's more! Haha... so now the question is... does a guy offer them as a set or individually if I was to thin the herd?
I am looking for a new crystal for my 1959 Beau Brummel DD. Alternatively, I would be happy to source part on eBay if someone has the part number?
Also, I have reached out to some watchmakers listed on NAWCC in the Dallas area and they indicated they do not work on vintage watches because of the challenge to source parts. Any guidance for local watchmakers that I could use for routine servicing?
I thought I would start a forum just for Bulova postal cards. These are the cards either from jewelers or from Bulova that would be sent to customers that the service was completed for their watch. Thanks for indulging me. Here is number one. This is a 1930 Bulova Watch service card.
I have a working 9AN movement. All it needs are new hands. Unfortunately these movements look like they're rare as hen's teeth. I've looked around including at the info on the site and I can't find any information about the interchangeability of these hands with other movements (e.g. the much more common 10AN). Does anyone have any suggestions?