Bulova 1942 Goddess of Time

Submitted by brandall54 on May 3, 2019 - 2:29pm
G
Manufacture Year
1942
Movement Model
6AH
Movement Date Code
T
Movement Jewels
17
Movement Serial No.
-
Case Serial No.
C319345
Case shape
Other
Case Manufacturer
Bulova
Crystal Details
10.4mm x 10.4mm Cushion
Gender
Ladies
Additional Information

1942 Goddess of Time. Relatively good condition, non-original Craftmode scissor band. 14k GF Rose gold case and band. Wrong decade, but I finally have a Goddess to put in my Goddess of Time case. I believe the case is 50's. The advert snipet is from the 1st advert in the 1942 ads

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Kathy L.
Posted May 3, 2019 - 4:28pm

Nice looking Goddess of Time.  I don't think it is the one in your ad.  That one has engraving around the dial and I believe yours is plain around the dial and has a bit of engraving on the lug section. Will see if I can find a variant

 

Kathy L.
Posted May 3, 2019 - 4:34pm

Ok so I believe this is the "G" variant.  The "F" being the yellow version.

1943 Bulova Goddess of Time "G"

neetstuf-4-u
Posted May 3, 2019 - 4:38pm

I think you got it, Kathy. Coral (rose) gold

1942 Goddess Of Time 

I believe you are correct in box dating. I'm pretty sure box dates 1952-1955. No matter, it makes a nice display. I've got boxes waiting for watches as well as watches waiting for boxes. :o)

 

brandall54
Posted May 4, 2019 - 12:58am

Sometimes it hard to match the watch to just an illustration. (For me anyway)

I guess thats why I go to the actual photos first

Kathy L.
Posted May 4, 2019 - 10:28am

In reply to by brandall54

Yes definitely!  Especially with models like these that have lots of variants.

Geoff Baker
Posted May 5, 2019 - 6:58am

I'm comfortable with Goddess of Time ID, where do I see the G variant advertised?

1942 Bulova Goddess of Time

Kathy L.
Posted May 5, 2019 - 11:03am

In reply to by Geoff Baker

I think with the 3 ads above show together the yellow with the bracelet as "F" and rose gold with a silk cord band as "G".  Here is one more ad.

Geoff Baker
Posted May 6, 2019 - 9:04am

In reply to by Kathy L.

Kathy - I've always been against assuming a variant progression, eg. if "F" is documented as yellow gold then "G" must be rose even if there isn't documentation.

This advert gives me the verification that, in fact "G" is rose gold - thanks!

 

brandall54
Posted May 5, 2019 - 12:46pm

Maybe the confusion is with the bracelet. This watch is rose gold but it has an expansion bracelet instead of the rope