Nice watch and band, as well. It's a '67 as designated on the back (M7).
We aren't supposed to give valuations, but if you're going to sell it on the 'bay you'd be better suited to look at sold auctions on there anyway. That's probably going to give you a better idea. I see Accutrons go from anywhere between $100 and $500, although most average Accutrons seem to fall somewhere around the median and below. Not being in great running condition will make valuation even more ambiguous.
Nice looking watch, but typically Bulovas that aren't working seem to fetch the lower end of $100-130, in my experience. They can cost a bit to put right, as I'm sure you know, so one would have to take the anticipated cost of whatever the ideal market value would be. Don't know about you, but most of the Bulova service guys seem to want around $150 to sort them out when I've looked into it.
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