Nice looking Clipper model. There are a couple of ads with this black dial, but the variant is not 100% determinable, looks to be the 'P' or something similar like 'F'. Pricelists do not provide any assistance.
1967 ad; 1968 ad
I would go with Clipper 'P', as both ads have similar looking know letter P, where the F looks different in those ads.
Hmmm...not sure. Certainly either the Bulova Clipper "F" or "P".
Could certainly be an 'F" looking at this below enlargement.
Yeah, not an easy determination due to the blurriness; here is the same ad showing other uses of the letter F, and a clearer P:
How about we eliminate the F variant based on this 1967 ad:
or this one from 1966
I would also guess "F"
Hi Cameron, welcome to myBulova. Looks like YOUR Bulova is making quite an impression on our 'advertising copy interpretation' department! It's a great looking watch, appears to be in excellent condition, thanks for sharing it.
I'm in agreement with the "Clipper" ID but am holding out on a variant designation (F or P) until MI6 and the CIA analysts have weighed in.....
The 'F' in the ad is clearly different, and I'm seeing a muddy 'P', so Clipper 'P' for me.
I'm good with Clipper, but not sure about the "P" variant.
So...Tentative Clipper "P" from me.
Looking back at the super enlargement above I note that the two "P's" in Clipper do come a bit further down than the letter in question - note the red line to demonstrate. To Ken's point though, the "F" seems to be a different model than presented here.
Clipper, no variant
Recap to date
Clipper - Ken, Geoff
Clipper F - Jaroslav, Admin (tentative?)
Clipper P - Reverend, Will
We need a couple tie breakers!
I'm in for the 'P' variant