Looks to be... about right!?
MODEL: G-S: SUC: BB: PF:
DIRECTOR CMT302-60 RMU103-28 CMT2259 202 HMB225/4 202
I'm pretty sure there is an advert for this and it is not director. I think it is a Senator D model. The case fits with other senators of this era too.
Crystal is a CMT321 23.1 x 20.2 I have just fitted one.
I don't see a Senator D model in the vintage ads, but if you can direct me to the ad, I will change the name.
The shapes and design are typical of the Senator models, see 1955 Senator B for example http://www.mybulova.com/watches/1955-senator-b-1243. These models also took the 11 calibre movements. I have found the details below with regards to crystal which is correct, I have just fitted one to this model.
Works for me. Based on that evidence, I will change to Senator D. There isn't one in the database, so another addition. Thanks.
No probs. I am annoyed that i cant find where I saw the advert either. I'm sure it was on here but just been through them and cant find it, thought it was a black and white one. Maybe it was in one of the forum threads.........
I agree with your annoyance. The available ads are so limited. I counted 8 pages of "unknowns" at about 30 unknows per page, almost as many as known models. There must be a better way of collecting all of the bits and pieces of IDing information. Loew's certainly did us a disservice by destroying the records.
1955 ad for Senator D:
Great find William, knew it was somewhere. One of my long time "bugger where was it, am i going mad" moments solved