Bulova 1926 Treasurer

6/10 votes
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American Standard Bulova
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Bulova watch
1926 Bulova watch
1926 Bulova watch
1926 Bulova watch
1926 Bulova watch
Posted July 26, 2015 - 5:44pm


my nam is Dave Matthews and I have been working on mostly vintage Bulova's for the past years and have a part supplier who lives locally. I have been buying old Bulova's off of EBay for years and servicing, rebuilding  and detailing them to put them back on EBay for a nice profit. I have even got repair jobs from the United Kingdom because it appears no one really specializes in the vintage watches. It started as a hobby for me but know I'm finding it has become more of a job. Most of my training came from tutorials on You Tube and watchmaker Mark Lovick. I have also taken internet classes from the Timezone. Com site. You can review my feedback on ebay at matthd9730. Drop me a line of you need more info at my email matthd@att.net


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Posted June 24, 2015 - 7:07am

Depends where you are located.


Posted August 5, 2015 - 10:19am

I live in Lake Worth Florida near west palm beach

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William Smith
Posted August 4, 2015 - 5:41pm

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Looks like the Roman numerals etched in the movement holder (VIIII VIII VI) match the last three digits of case serial number.

I wish they woulda etched the last three digits of original mvnt SN on the other side of the block LOL