14K Yellow Gold case ; Case measures 37.2 x 22.5 mm w/o crown. ; Crown is signed 'Bulova' but appears to be Gold-Filled as the gold on the edge between to top surface and the serrations has worn away, leaving the tarnished base metal exposed. I tried to take a picture of it in the '3/4' shot that shows the crystal angles. ; The case back is engraved with a dedication. I blocked out the name and location, but left the 'year' for a sample and to identify the time frame. ; Movement does not function at this time, but stem out does turn the hands and balance wheel moves ; Dial is in terrible condition, but hands and markers are good. ; The three-faced beveled crystal has some scuffs and scratches. The ~12mm wide center section is parallel to the dial and the ~2.5mm wide side sections are angled down about 5 degrees. The two creases run vertically from '11' to '7 and '1' to '5' on the watchface. ; Case with crystal without movement weighs 11.3 grams ; I believe this to be a 'Duncan'. ; The 1949 Duncan that is in database has 'Excellency' under "Bulova" on dial, but mine has no sign of that. My dial has 'Bulova' almost completely gone, so 'Excellency' could have been on mine originally.
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21.1 x 17.2mm beveled with three flat sections.The center section is parallel to the dial and the side sections are angled about 5 degrees The two creases run vertically from '11' to '7 and '1' to '5' on the watchface