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knife7knut wrote:Looking through this post I thought I remembered having such a watch in my pile of parts watches and the like and sure enough I did. Pulled the case back off and found it is a 15 jewel Bulova.Doesn't work though;the balance wheel doesn't seem to function;looks like it might be off the pivot points. The case is a bit corroded but the internals seem to be intact. Is it worth having it fixed? Case is stamped "Ord Dept- of 66320 -Bulova Watch Co" in three lines
GerryD wrote:K7K I've just found this thread on MWR looks like its WWII and army ground forces http://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showthre ... PT-Watches
knife7knut wrote:GerryD wrote:K7K I've just found this thread on MWR looks like its WWII and army ground forces http://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showthre ... PT-Watches
OK I looked at this site and the case number on mine is OF 66320. Inside the waterproof case it is a 15 jewel movement marked 10 AK whatever that means. Not sure if it is broken or dislodged but the balance shaft(the thing with the spring on it) does not turn when the watch is shaken.
I am going to take it to my local jeweler who is into vintage watches and does a lot of repair work and get an estimate to repair it.
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