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Hello. I found this Bulova at an antique mall for a country or bucks and thought I'd pick it up. What drew me to it was the "patent pending L9" on the case. I thought this was unique and the price was right so I went with it.

It came apart pretty easy so I've included pics of all the pieces.


Can anyone help me ID the watch?

Pics below




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The patent pending really don't mean a whole lot. I've seen that on bulovas from time to time. The L9 means its a 1959 watch. The movement is dated M2 for 1962. It looks like a Bulova Clipper model to me.
Here's is the specs on the movement, courtesy Dr. Ranfft.
bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: Bulova 11AFC
 

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