Bulova 1948 Grant

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Case 24x9mm with Speidel stretchy band 6''

Face: Bulova
Case back: 14k gold; Bulova; 9546073; engraved initials & dated 1948
Inside: Bulova 14k gold; New York
Movement: Bulova Watch Co.; 17 jewels; USA; 8AE

Yellow gold case & acrylic crystal. Band is plate with stainless steel back

30.9 grams w/o movement includes band & 37.5 grams total

Condition: Appears to be in decent condition and all original


Can anyone tell me what this watch is called?  If it is a Mans or Womans? And any other info you can tell me!  Thanks, Paul

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Bulova Watch 14K 1948?
1948 Bulova watch
1948 Bulova watch
1948 Bulova watch
Posted December 26, 2012 - 2:46pm

Does anyone know if this is a valuable watch and if its rare? Thanks

Posted December 26, 2012 - 2:52pm

do you think that this watch is on the smaller size like almost womans size?

Geoff Baker
Posted December 27, 2012 - 6:57am

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Paul, we don't do price valuation but your watch does have a certain value because of the gold content. In most cases we'll say it's worth what you were willing to pay for it OR it's priceless if it's a family heirloom. In terms of rarity, well, these were mass produced watches so not really so rare, although we see a lot fewer solid gold Bulova's than we see rolled or plated gold. In terms of the size, it is a man's watch but the style back then was much smaller that we see today. All men's watches were of similar size 'back then'