Bulova 1935 Farragut

Submitted by OldTicker on July 12, 2012 - 12:14am
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25.9 x 14mm
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Plainsman has one so I had to have one too...in fact he sent me the link to it...Thanks Jerin!

I was expecting a 7J 6 AE movement in this one, but much to my suprise it has a 17J 6 AF power plant. The dial is near mint and other than one small wear-thru spot on one corner of the back cover, it is in excellent shape and running great.

The dial is White with Gold applied numbers & Art Deco scrolling along the top & bottom of the dial. The case measures 19.7mm wide, 39.8mm lug to lug, and 12mm between lugs. It is 10K RGP and is stamped Bulova with the A.S. shield between the lugs. The band looks period, it is 10K Gold filled made by Jay-Kel,  and is in super shape.

I know Jerin & Lisa both have one of these that are 1937's and 7J 6 AE movements, and I seem to remember Mark also having one, but couldn't find it in the data base. It is dated with the movement, because if we go by the case serial number, it would indicate 1931 or 41, so case serials may not apply to all of these older A.S. cased Bully's.

Unknown for now unless somebody has a name for it.

1935 Bulova 17J 6 AF Unknown
1935 Bulova watch
1935 Bulova watch
1935 Bulova watch
Posted July 12, 2012 - 8:20am

Unknown for me. I really hope we can ID this model one day. We've seen a few of them now.

Geoff Baker
Posted July 12, 2012 - 10:57am

Unknown - a very nice unknown, but unknown nonetheless.

Posted July 12, 2012 - 12:53pm

Bah.. after seeing how good it looks.. I shoulda shut my mouth and snagged it meself!  heh... 17J at that.

Posted July 12, 2012 - 1:54pm

Are you sure the dial is white, and not Rose, OT?

Posted July 12, 2012 - 7:33pm

In reply to by bobbee

Its White Bobbee, the pictures I took are poor, I will crank up the White setting on my camera and re-shoot them.

William Smith
Posted July 12, 2012 - 2:33pm

Good timing on this one OT Production date, shape/style etc helps me w/ other watches recently entered on site....and a treasurer sitting on my bench in front of me which I'll enter soon.

Unknown for subject watch.

Posted January 29, 2013 - 2:38pm

Farragut, 1937 ad.

Geoff Baker
Posted January 30, 2013 - 6:55am

Hmm, I thought we'd already ID'd Farraguts......