I guess like Jeanne here, but I do not see full compliance engraving on attached advert and subject watches
movement 1927, case 1928
with new crystal and crown
got this one two days ago. can anyone help in identifying it for me. I have looked through ads but can't find anything like it. Although the movement has a J9 stamped on it and is a 17 jewel 7AD. I think it has been swapped . as the case has the serial number 1211582, which is not a 1949 case number. It also has the words Bulova Quality stamped on the outside. there are no markings inside the case. The dial and crown are marked Bulova. It is rose gold in colour and judging by the black tarnish it had on it, it might be plated over silver but there are no marking to say so. the bracelet seems to be original to the watch.
1945 Bulova Joan
Case is marked as 14KT Rolled Gold Plate and is in the rose/pink gold color. Looks to have the original bracelet, whcih is very corroded on the clasp. Movement is a running 17-Jewel 7AM with the Triangle mark.