Bulova Clipper 'AT' Day-Date Automatic 11624-4W circa 1973


Brand: Bulova

Model: Clipper "AT" Day-Date Automatic ref. 11624-4W; Swiss Made; N3 date code = 1973

Case: Solid stainless steel case with screw-down back is approximately 37.5mm excluding the original "BULOVA" signed winding crown

Bracelet: Rare original Kreisler-Stelux integrated bracelet with signed "BULOVA" fold-over clasp; will fit up to approximately a 6.75" wrist (can accommodate larger wrist sizes with a clasp extension at the request of the buyer)

Movement: Bulova cal. 11 AOACB self-winding automatic movement (17 jewels) with quick-set date; 21,600 BPH; Swiss Made

Features: Stunning original silver and white sector dial with contrasting dark blue accents; day-date display at 3 o'clock; quick-set date via repeated pulling of the crown; original luminous hands with matching dark blue tips; original center sweeping-seconds hand; 37.5mm unpolished stainless steel case with original Bulova domed acrylic crystal and integrated bracelet; cool caseback inscription

Condition: Fantastic original condition overall with minor honest wear consistent with age and use; sharp stainless steel case appears to be completely unpolished with the original finishes throughout; crisp caseback remains clearly legible with a professional inscription in the center; beautiful original sector dial with all Tritium lume plots in tact and matching; excellent original hands with all luminous material in tact and matching; original Bulova domed acrylic crystal exhibits very light wear; nice original integrated bracelet

Other: Looking for a unique vintage watch without breaking the bank? Consider this really cool 1973 Bulova Clipper "AT" Day-Date Automatic. The unpolished 37.5mm steel case with integrated bracelet design sets this watch apart from the rest. We love the silver and white sector dial with dark blue accents and matching hour/minute hands. This particular example is in very honest original condition and comes with a little bit of extra history. It was presented to Gerald Jones for 26 years of loyal service to Ossit Church Furniture Company. The company was originally founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1867 and eventually moved to nearby Janesville in 1935 before closing its doors in 1983. As an added benefit, the movement was just overhauled by our watchmaker and is ready to wear and enjoy!

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