Bulova 1951 -Non-Conforming
Bulova Research and Development Laboratories (BRDL)
It has an "Ashford/Jordan" style case but it is made of solid 14k gold. It is a left-handed watch as the crown is on the left. The outside of the case is signed "BULOVA" "14k". The movement, 10AK/CSH, is not the standard for the "Ashford". This is a very special and unique watch. I challenge the faithful to help me discover her hidden secrets.
What I think I know: This is a former military watch for a former military man.
CASE: 1951 Ashford, 14K Solid Gold
Movement: 1944 10AK/CSH.
What is unique about this watch is that it uses the same 16J, sweep second hand, 10AK/CSH, Type A-11 , Spec. No. 94-27834, movement that was used in watches issued to the military.
Band: 1950 Academy Award T
Could this be the "Chairman's" watch?