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    Vintage Bulova

    Always had a watch fetish but dont know much about my new favorite. Its in perfect shape and keeps time +/- 2 min weekly.
    Face says Bulova 30 jewels and Self winding, numbers on back are E504769 M0. thanks! sean
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    Re: Vintage Bulova

    The if the M0 on the back is the same on the movement then it dates to 1960.
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    Re: Vintage Bulova

    Very very interesting. That style of dial is known as "Mystery" dial, because the minute hand has been replaced with a Disc, causing the minute hand to appear to "float" around the dial. And that's interesting because I've never seen a Bulova with one. I also just went through the ads and images posted up on mybulova.com with no luck either. 30 jewels indicates a high-grade watch, so I wouldn't be surprised if those are real diamonds on the dial. Please ensure that it gets the service it deserves.
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    Re: Vintage Bulova

    Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."

    Will Rogers (1879 - 1935)


    Please don't PM me to ask for a valuation - I won't attempt one.

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