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Bulova 1960 President

9/10 votes
Model ID rating explained.

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10 BZ

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Additional Information

Circular Case measures  38mm lug to lug x  32mm in Diameter non inclusive of the Crown while using Calipers.

Butler finish Dial shows a combination of applied Gilt numerals and Hashmark Hour markers. Bulova signature is applied Gilt, 23 Jewel  and Waterproof insignia's are printed Black. Hour and Minute Hands are luminous tipped Index style with a sweep center Seconds Hand, track is Pearl.

Caseback is Gold.

* Completely restored 6/2011 for member Ken Stepanuk.

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Posted April 27, 2012 - 9:59pm

WOW what a great looking watch Mark. Nice pick up.


Panel Member
Posted April 27, 2012 - 10:04pm

Sweet! Pulls 3 stars from me. Nice job Mark. One watch that has always be elusive of my collection. I've got the other 2 in the ad but not this one.

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Posted April 28, 2012 - 5:15am

Stunning watch Fifth, likee very much, but why not full 3 stars?

Club 5000Panel Member
Posted April 28, 2012 - 5:27am

Full 3 stars from me. Could the Panel member that down voted this please amend to 3 or explain why they have given it only 2 stars.

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William Smith
Club 5000Panel Member
Posted April 28, 2012 - 12:42pm

Admin,  I think this is an example of the "old stars" from a previous model ID name remaining with the record when the ID name is changed.  This is an older record (#2486).  It may have been assigned another model ID previously, and when the owner changed the ID to new model, the stars associated with the old record remain w/ the new ID.   I'd mentioned this in other posts, but can't find.

Since unknown now have no stars, it' not a problem for unknown records changed to new ID, but for other records w/ ID, the stars from old remain w/ new ID.  My suggestion was to set it up so when the upper level ID name is changed, the star ratings are reset to zero.  The old stars are not representative on the new ID, so this is a case of "no data is better than bad data".  This problem is replete throughout the known watch database as these changes occur. 


Club 5000Panel Member
Posted April 28, 2012 - 6:02pm

A great idea, but I'll need to see if it's possible.
Thanks Will.