I’m Not Old, I’m Vintage: Confessions Of A 1940’s Bulova WristWatch, And Me

vintage bulova watch

A few days ago, I was cleaning out my jewelry box, rearranging and re-examining some of my favorite – as well as my forgotten- jewels and timepieces. When I opened a drawer I hadn’t opened in a while, I found a tiny little rose-gold watch. It was nestled way in the back of the drawer…

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Six Sensational Watches For Mother’s Day That Won’t Break The Bank

Citizen Ceci

Mother’s Day is all important… and nothing says “Thanks Mom” or wife for all the things you do like giving the gift of time. That watch doesn’t have to break the bank, either. But it does tell mom that you have taken the time to go out and seek something just right for her —…

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Bulova Unveils “A History Of Firsts” Coffee Table Book By 10 Acclaimed Authors, Including Nile Rodgers

"Bulova: A History of Firsts" published by Assouline, edited by Aaron Sigmond and written by 10 contributing authors.

Let’s get something out of the way right up front. I am not new to authoring chapters or entire books. In fact, I have written six books on the history of timekeeping and on timepieces. Additionally, I have contributed chapters to several Group-Authored books, including one celebrating the history of Glashütte Original. Now, however, I…

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Watches Made in America: An Overview of American Watch Brand History

RGM Pennsylvania Series PS-801-EE

Tomorrow we celebrate the 4th of July – Independence Day, which honors America’s hard-won independence from Great Britain, and our adoption of the Declaration of Independence. On July 4, 1776, the 13 colonies claimed their independence — an event that led to the formation of the United States of America. Many industries flourished over the years in the USA, including watchmaking.…

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One Collector Speaks Out About his Love of Bulova’s new Accutron II

By Ryan Johnson, NJ Collector In 1960 Bulova introduced the Bulova Accutron, which ran on a tuning fork rather than a balance wheel. Running at 360Hz the movement was accurate to within +/- 2 seconds a day. This technology was requested by NASA for various timing instruments. As such, the Accutron was considered in the…

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