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Posted 6 years ago


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You can call me Mr. Red- Eye ! After an exhausting 36 hour search, (so far), but to no avail. I found what I believe is a true "Diamond in the Rough". It was located in the bottom of a wicker basket at an estate sale on a lonely side street on the coastline New England. Myself, I'm regressing back to my childhood of living on the reservation (California-Arizonia) Mojave Desert. I re-cycle jewelry you may say, where my uncle when I was a child would travel into town an purchase lots of costume jewelry from stores such as Sear's & Robuck, Montgomery Wards, west coast Newberry stores, and bring back to the childern which we would in turn dis assemble and a selected few which I was amongest crafted them into tribal traditional jewelery. but now I use locations like, church thrift stores, yard sales, donations, and estate sales for my materials which brings us back to the watch. It has a $20.00 band attached but this Bulova Gold (possible 18kt) Japanese workings, stainless steel backplate, Model #92O54, perpetual calender , moon/tide, 24hr, and very rare fourth movement. It is also inverted like a pilot watch but it isn't. I know a fair amount about vintage items and I'm always on the look out for things that, how should I say "Folks just don't know what they have". I took it to the local mall jewelers an they had no clue and most them had to be shown the details of the watch an their gold tester wanted to shave the watch to test the gold. NO WAY Thank You very much...So now I turn to my last resort.....Any ideas or information would be greatly appreciated. I have setup a email on Yahoo for this feel free to use it..T U
Well tis' the end Model T1 manufactured in 1991 the one and only model Bulova tried as a uni-sex watch and one of two models with four chronographics. Love the hunt and off on another. The next I can not even locate the manufacturer. Watch for my nxt posting

Mystery Solved


  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    You need not set up a special e-mail, that is what we do right here, discuss your item.
    There are quite a few watch experts on here who can provide guidance..
  2. rowleytehya, 6 years ago
    Thank you for input and I certianly could use the help, I've log an additional 8 hours researching. Being a cletic of old stuff as my daughter puts it, the more time I put into locating any information conerning the watch the more intrigue I become. And again thank you.
  3. rowleytehya, 6 years ago
    Bingo, thanks to the Watch Guy...model T1 1991 manfactured, only attempt of uni-sex watch from Bulova and one of two models that had four chronographics. Great run but off on another, but this one I can not even locate the manufacturer.
  4. Rod, 6 years ago
    I have a watch like that bulova which I can't find anywhere someone please email me so I can send picture maybe you can help. Thanks so much.
  5. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    Rod, post a picture or two on here and we will be glad to assist you as we can.....

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