I"m a little concerned about this; most Bulova watches have a date code on the case. The bulova logo on the dial looks to be paste job, and not a good one. In the 1970's, Bulova was still using their own calibers, not ETA. This might be from the 80's or 90's (the period after Buolva ceased to be an independent company, and were operating as a brand), but as far as I know, even then they were still using date codes.
As near as I can tell, the super seville was designed and released by Bulova shortly after they became a subsidiary of Lowes. There should be a date code on the inside caseback or on the rotor; I've seen examples ranging from 1980 to 1994.
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