Vulcain World Timer or Bulls eye? Help need to idenitify this Vulcain?

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    Vulcain World Timer or Bulls eye? Help need to idenitify this Vulcain?

    Hello All! I just became a member of this watch-forum platform. And i have a question about an vintage Vulcain Watch i have collected. When i look through the Web trying to find out what model this Vulcain is, i found one similair watch go mine named Vulcain Worldtimer Day Date and Vulcain Bullseye. So my question is do any of you know what model this Vulcain is. Also i saw on the movement behind the mainspring this text: AS 1914. IS this the name of the caliber/movement?
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    Re: Vulcain World Timer or Bulls eye? Help need to idenitify this Vulcain?

    I don't know this model but my hunch is that it's a "World Timer" and that "Bullseye" is just a nick name for this particular reference.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Vulcain World Timer or Bulls eye? Help need to idenitify this Vulcain?

    Usually "bullseye" is a type of dial like this


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    I don't know this model but my hunch is that it's a "World Timer" and that "Bullseye" is just a nick name for this particular reference.

    Hartmut Richter

    Yeah thats my Hunch to aswell. Ahaa okej, then i know. Its not an easy Vulcain watch to find and compare it.
    Thanks alot for your answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba48 View Post
    Usually "bullseye" is a type of dial like this


    Thanks! I did not know that. Funny thing is that i have a similar Tissot, with only different colors. Never thought of looking up the nickname "Bullseye". I just call them military watches. Little bit boring i know.

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