Bulova 1957 Bulova 23

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diâmetro: 22 mm
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Rigorosamente novo.

MODELO: 23 jewels, self-winding, waterproof, shock resistant, six adjustments.

CAIXA: aço inox. Diâmetro: 30 mm sem coroa. 40 mm com asas. Bisel ondulado. Coroa original.

MOSTRADOR: Preto com decoração "Starburst". Marcadores prateados. Ponteiros prateados tipo "Dauphine".

MOVIMENTO: Automático. Calibre 10BPAC. 23 jewels com 6 ajustes de regulação isocrónica quente/frio com 3 posições.

BRACELETE: Pele. 16 mm.

ESTOJO: Bulova com etiqueta de preço da época ($95.00). Documento Bulova original.

posted in 06.09.2011

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FifthAvenueRestorations's picture
Posted September 6, 2011 - 7:00pm


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josé serra
Posted September 7, 2011 - 7:49am

CARO "FifthAvenueRest":

Então como vamos distinguir dos outros "BULOVA 23" ?

Será pelo ano ?

Por exemplo:

"BULOVA 23 1957"

Do mesmo modo será para os "BULOVA 30" ?


José Serra

FifthAvenueRestorations's picture
Posted September 7, 2011 - 10:33am


Variantes possivelmente, ie: a, b​​, c, etc?


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William Smith
Posted December 15, 2011 - 5:29pm

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A similar watch - I'd like to think this band could have come with this watch....but there's nothing in the database for ads from1955 thru 1959 to support this...and band looks like so many Speidel SS/10K top from late c1960;s on?  The two similar watches "named" Bulova 23 in watch database have white lettering on dial, while this one below is all gold.  The case back doesn't match Jose Serra's example above....

Guess anyone could add this band cause it looks similar to the details on the box for some nice bling.   There are a couple extra links that are w/ the phamplet/paperwork. 

No do I buy the darned thing......or stick with the older Bulova (rhetorical)? It's a little "modern" for my area.