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www.mybulova.com/bulova-date-codes

Bulova Date Codes. The following tables will help you date your vintage Bulova watch. Watches dated post 1949 have a 2 alpha-numeric date code on the outside backcase, whilst watches dated before 1950 usually contain a date code symbol on the inside movement (see below for examples).

www.wikihow.com/Date-a-Bulova-Watch

Throughout the decades since the company's founding, Bulova produced pieces that represented many of the latest and greatest trends in luxury watches. It is nearly impossible to date a Bulova watch made between 1875 and 1926 without the help of an expert, [1] X Research source but for those made in ...

www.watchophilia.com/general-information/determining-the-date-of-a-watch

Dating a Bulova watch becomes quite a bit easier beginning with models manufactured in 1926. At that time, Bulova started using with regularity standard date codes on the movement. Additionally, in many instances, the case serial number on these later models can be used as a date reference.

community.ebay.com/.../Dating-a-Bulova-Ladies-Watch/td-p/1232425

Ok - I thought I did my homework and googled this. I see there are letters that are used to date the watch. However, the watch I have - a vintage Bulova ladies 14K gold filled watch - has a serial number starting with F. F is not on any of the lists? The serial number is F307207. Anyone? Lori

www.thewatchguy.com/pages/DATING.html

BULOVA: In the 1950's Bulova incorporated a symbol system to date the watches they manufactured. These numbers are stamped on the back (outside) of the case. If there is no two symbols, it could be that your watch was made before 1948.

waterstonewatches.com/bulova-watch-identification-guide

Bulova Watch Identification Guide Bulova watches can be identified with a reasonable degree of certainty, due to the existence of a body of work gathered by collectors over the years. Bulova watches are not marked with names or identification codes that allow you to simply look at the watch and derive the model and age.

www.pocketwatchrepair.com/histories/bulova.php

Bulova sold relatively few pocket watches (compared to their huge production of wristwatches), though they did produce a few basic pocket watch models in the 30's, 40's and 50's. The ultra-thin "Phantom" model, produced in the 1920's, was a finely-made, platinum-cased pocket watch that is prized by collectors today.

www.watchophilia.com/general-information/bulova-date-codes

Dating Bulova watches that appear to pre-date 1926 is far more complicated and uncertain. 1950 - 2009 Cases and Movements Starting in 1950 (with a few examples even earlier), the case and movement have a two-digit code that identifies both the decade and year within that decade according to the table below.

www.watchdoctor.biz/accutron

1960 On October 10th, the new president of the Bulova Watch Co., Omar N. Bradley, ex-Chief of Staff of General D. Eisenhower and known for his participation in the Normandy Offensive, announces the Bulova Accutron caliber 214, the first electronic watch in the world. Cased in steel, gold or platinum, the number of parts had been dramatically ...

mybulova.com/bulova-serial-numbers

Bulova Serial Numbers. Unlike many other watch manufactures, Bulova did not record their serial numbers against watch models, or if they did this information has long been lost. In many instances the case serial number can only be used to help determine the year of manufacture. This is usually dictated by the first number (prior to 1950).