I apologize this is in the wrong place. I tried to use the 'add a watch' link at the top of the create topic page and it kept giving me an error message. I also tried to post in the research forum but it said I wasn't able to.
I'm trying to find into on this watch I found (photo at the bottom). At first I didn't believe it was the original cuff/case for the Bulova, but in the course of my research it now looks plausible (more on that soon), so I thought I'd ask anyone's opinion here or if they've ever seen one before. I first thought it was a married piece. I found an example in gold that was sold a while back marked 1950s but with a Norwood movement. Searched other Whiting & Davis watch jewelry and found one with a Waltham. The movement in mine is Her Excellency and on quick look it might be the '51-52 model (have yet to pop it open and check closer) so the 1950s date might actually align? I couldn't find any ads or patent info for W&D so I'm a bit stuck.
Is it possible Bulova movements were used in this clamper bracelet in the 50s? Thanks in advance if anyone has any info!