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Posted 4 years ago

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brunorob
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This watch was made between 1950 through 1955. If anyone knows the name/model please let me know.
Thanks Bob

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    I know its from 1952, I have heard people refer to it as a 10bm. as for a proper name, no one knows?? Most people state is as Unknown. They come with a black dial as well in both Men and Womans. Dave
  2. brunorob brunorob, 4 years ago
    Dave, the 10bm refers to the movement. I did a google search on bulova 10bm and sure enough this watch popped up. Unfortunately so did a lot of other watches that used the 10bm movement. Thank you for your input. I'm running out of search strings so any info is helpful. I know this watch has a proper name and I'm gonna find it :-)
    Bob
  3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Good Luck! I know people have tried to find a name for his years in the making. If you do let us know! Dave
  4. derbymike, 4 years ago
    Good morning from colorado,
    Hey Bob, are there any numbers on the back ?, and the numbers on the movement will help also.
    I have learned that the watch is very rare, not many around ! Mike H
  5. brunorob brunorob, 4 years ago
    Hi Mike I don't actually own the watch so I can't give you anymore info. My fellow members at mybulova.com are trying to id this watch without much success. This one is a real puzzle.
    Bob
  6. brunorob brunorob, 4 years ago
    After contacting Bulova requesting information on this watch this is what they said. The white dial is called a Berkshire and the black dial is a Air King. Both examples are from 1955.
    Bob
  7. bobbee bobbee, 3 years ago
    Still want one! Am watching one as I write on Ebay, fingers crossed!

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