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Post all of your new Bulova watch ads from 1950-1959 here.
1954 Ambassador.... New York Ad
Looks like there are several different Ambassador models for this era. We know A and E.. and now this one.
November 1953 ad. Bet you didn't know about this publicity stunt!
Heres the October 1953 story to go with the later advert.
PM me for a Vintage Commercial clip of the watch actually going over the falls. The guys who wrote above article musta been off that day.....
Watch commercial of Bulova Clipper watch going over Niagra Falls
Cass City MI 05-11-1951 Her Excellecency BB & SS
Utica NY Observer 1956 - Presidents
Not the best but FINALLY.... some model numbers for those uber thin Presidents of the late 50's... looks like my Gold Dialed ones are the "G".
Dec. 1956 ad. Split full page ad up.
New names "Albatross", "Argonaut", Flying Clipper".
New Bulova "23" variants, "J", "R". New Senator Variant, "H".
This might shake things up....
Uhmmm I'm not getting how it will shake it up brother? What am I missing?
...as will this December 1952 ad.
Jan. 1956 ad.
Ambassador "B" and "E".
Early calendar watch.
Remember the "Batwatch"?
August 1953 ad.
New President "D" black dial variant.
President with dial variant.
His Excellency "WW".
Ambassador variants. "A", "B", "C", and "E".
Dude that's a super sweet ad! So nice to see them all together.
October 1957 ad.
New Beau Brummel.
Two ads from the same 1951 Paper.
Top one has the RANDALL, Bottom has the CALDWELL.
Dec. 1951 ad.
The WHITTIER. New name.
Sept. 53 ad.
American Girl variants.
May 1954 ad.
Goddess of Time variants.
July 1954 ad.
November 1954 ad.
Lady Bulova variants.
October 1959 ad.
November 1959 ad.
Late 1950's Window display for the Bulova "23".
I know it's not a Bulova, but this "bandwheel" is a great addition, as you can see which style band matches your vintage Bulova!
Cool November 1952 ad.
December 1950 ad.
Early Duo-Wind variants F, G and E.
May 1952 ad.
September 1953 ad.
September 1953 ad. Park Lane confirmed.
December 1957 ad.
More American Girl variants.
November 1954. Watertite.
March 1956 ad.
Confirms the Albatross and Senator.
ALBATROSS!! who, on EARTH would wear an ALBATROSS???? (other than that ancient mariner dude)
Hey, you don't wear these ones round your neck, Geoff!
NOW he tells me? - I wondered why everyone looked at me that way!
Nov. 1953 ad.
Nice, clear Tuxedo ad from 1951.
New Aeronaut model, new name "Brixsome", new name "Fascination".
I saw this same ad in several different newspapers, this was about the best res.
I like that it has the "treasure chest" in it too!
THAT.. is a great ad Bob...
Hey, that is praise indeed brother!
Still not as good as thee.
...But I'm trying!
Here is yet another rectangular Beau Brummel (yawn).
November 1957 ad.
Attached to the top Sutton ad above was a watch called the Gedney, but is known on this site as the
After more searching, I came across several more naming it the Gedney, in four seperate States in the US.
So, along with the Texas advert that has been snipped, but I still have the original pdf file for, that is four ads in four states, with a couple more in the same states.
What is going to happen now? We have THREE different ID's for this watch!
Just to make it interesting, I found this 1959 ad too.