Bulova Company was founded in 1875 by Joseph Bulova. Based in New York, they moved to 580 Fifth Avenue in 1920. In 1923 Bulova Watch Inc was introduced. He developed standardised watch production and was the first to create a fully electronic watch using tuning-fork technology. Bulova has collaborated with many people and organisations including Lindbergh and NASA. During the very first moonwalk, a Bulova timer was placed in the sea of tranquillity.
Here we have a great example of a Bulova Super Seville Calendar. Yes, it is no secret this is a homage to the Rolex Datejust, but let's take a step back from that and take it on its own merits! The dimensions of this actually make it wear larger than 36.5mm and incredibly flat to the wrist, the slope of the lugs is perfect and the jubilee bracelet offers the comfort you'd come to expect. The fluted bezel holds a flat crystal above a champagne sunburst dial. An outer minute track has Roman numerals above applied baton indexes marking the hours. At 3 o’clock a date window with a cyclops magnification on the crystal. Slim baton hands with lume tips are complemented by a tapered second hand. Text is printed in black at 12 and 6 respectively. On the reverse, a screw-down case back. Inside a Japanese Quartz movement. The watch comes on its original Bulova gold-plated Jubilee bracelet with a folding clasp. Comes with its original Bulova presentation box.
Points of Mention
This watch is sold with an original Bulova box. The watch comes paired with its original Bulova gold plated Jubilee bracelet with a signed clasp. The watch is from Circa. 1987 and is sold in a worn, vintage condition with signs of wear and age throughout, the dial is in excellent original condition. The watch comes with our 12-Months NON-Waterproof Warranty.