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Bulova 1959 Senator

3/10 votes
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I would like to sell this watch but don't know the value.  The pictures are below.

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1959 Bulova watch
1959 Bulova watch
Wayne Hanley's picture
Wayne Hanley
Posted October 3, 2010 - 3:29pm

The condition has alot to do with price. I can see case wear, a missing hour hand, a missing second hand and I assume the watch does not run. Honestly, the old case would demand more than the watch. I paid $20.00 for a 1962 Senator and it keeps perfect time. Again condition, condition, condition determines price.


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Stephen Ollman
Club 5000Panel Member
Posted October 4, 2010 - 6:44pm

I agree witrh Wayne, unless the watch has all its components and is working (doesn't have to keep perfect time) it won't be worth much at all except for spare parts. If its a common movement model, then it may be worth selling the parts off one by one, but generally a watch of this nature isn't worth much and as Wayne also says the Senator case is worth more than the watch itself.