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Bulova 2 C Cell battery Japanese Quartz Clock

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    Posted 5 years ago

    englandnat…
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    This is a Japanese made Bulova clock. It is the only one I have seen made with a red lucite (bakelite) case. It is 9.5 inches tall, 8 inches wide and weighs about 5 pounds. It has a large 6 inch watch face with a synchronous second hand. It is powered by not 1, but 2 c cell batteries. The clock movement I believe was made by Meisei, another Japanese clock maker of the day. I think the clock dates to the 1960s when quartz battery movements were new but have no evidence. If anyone knows about the clock or maker I would like to know. Thank you.

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    1. englandnative, 5 years ago
      I would like to thank
      roddyq
      racer4four
      shawnicus
      fortapache
      TimeTraveller
      mikelv85
      for the loves of this clock. In the near future, a friend of his will be shown...

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