Bulova 1928 -Unknown

Submitted by 1955mercury on December 6, 2015 - 1:22pm
Manufacture Year
1928
Movement Model
10AN
Movement Date Code
Cresent Moon
Movement Jewels
15
Movement Serial No.
803422
Case Serial No.
8295397
Case shape
Round
Case color
White
Case Manufacturer
Bulova
Crystal details
19mm measured
Gender
Ladies
Watch Description

This one has a 10AN 15 jewel movement with the crescent date symbol. The case is 14k RGP. I've been unable to find any ad identifying the model name. It's running fantastic but it needs a dial refinish. I've never had one of these style dials refinished. Has anyone had International do one of these type dials and were the results good?

 

 

[1928] Bulova watch
Geoff Baker
Posted December 9, 2015 - 7:29am

Panel members?

Unknown - Alex, Will, Geoff

Juliana - Stephen

Reverend Rob
Posted December 9, 2015 - 11:14am

 

Unknown. I also have not had this type of dial re-done, so can't say what the results would be.

Alex
Posted December 10, 2015 - 3:40am

Unknown. 

jabs
Posted December 10, 2015 - 5:46am

Juliana tentative, same reason as Stephen

Alex
Posted December 10, 2015 - 6:08am

The subject watch is not a Juliana. I own a Juliana one myself. The Juliana is a "sports model" watch. It shares the same engraving as the subject watch but has radium dial and Spring bar lugs to wear with leather strap and as a result does not have wire lugs. Read also my earlier comment on the watch. 

donegd
Posted December 11, 2015 - 9:04am

Hi Alan

Like you I have had a couple of dials back from Idc ive not really been to happy with. But normally they do a good job, but I dont know about a dial like this one. I would be very interested to see the result if you do have it refinished as I have one or two similar dials that could with refinishing

regards

George

1955mercury
Posted December 11, 2015 - 9:26am

In reply to by donegd

"Like you I have had a couple of dials back from Idc ive not really been to happy with."

That's good to know George. I was starting to think I was the only one IDC was disappointing.

Alex
Posted December 11, 2015 - 10:29am

These dials are normally plain silver. Remove the dial. Use cotton tip with toothpaste. Brush softly. Wash the toothpaste off with water, dry with kitchen paper and the dial is shiny like new.