I was going through a box of my summers Estate finds and came across this old Bulova movement.
It is marked Bulova W.Co. B II 15J 3 Adj. Swiss and has a triangle with a 9 inside. 1919? 1929?
The Dial is unmarked, but in very good condition. It was in a parts tin with the Sapphire crown. The stem was broken off in the crown and I managed to remove it and thread it on what remained of the stem.
I gave it a few turns an it started running!
Is it a Pocket watch movement? (note the position of the stem) It is about the size of a 6/0 and fit in a old Keystone transition case I have. Note the numbers below the dial...
I tried to enlarge the date symbol the best I could
Looks at home in this old case!
I was going to add it to the Movement Section, but I am unsure of the correct year... Need some expert advice!