Bulova 1927 Trojan

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The BULOVA "TROJAN," Circa 1926- 1928. (+?) 15 Jewel, 10AN movement, Radium dial with Cathedral hands, Sub- seconds at 6 o' clock, WGF Case...  Images used with permission of Mr. Shawn Bourget...


Best :-)   Scott

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DarHin's picture
Posted September 24, 2012 - 1:22pm

No problem for me. I don't see how a Cyrano argument can be made with no evidence of enameling.

Confirmed Trojan until and unless someone produces Bulova paperwork relating this case serial # to another model. If that ever happens (not likely) and it turns out to have originally been a Cyrano then it would be Non-Conforming since it's missing it enamal.

Posted October 6, 2013 - 11:51am

I have a  Cyrano , same as in the advert , almost done with a restoration , I will post it soon

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William Smith
Posted August 5, 2015 - 11:26pm

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This watch is entered twice. It's got a different model name and year in that other thread.  Mabye we can decide which record is the best to keep.

Geoff Baker
Posted August 6, 2015 - 7:38am

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Will, it seems this one should go as it is the 'least complete' and I think this really is a Conqueror.

Here's the duplicate:


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William Smith
Posted August 6, 2015 - 1:12pm

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Agreed. Thanks Geoff

I pasted a couple images from this one into the other one we will keep.