Mine would be an hour glass! :lol: Kinda bulky to strap to your wrist and since I tend to talk with my hands, accuracy would be terrible.Nice looking watches but I can't show a birth year watch, they used sun dials then.
Seriously, the watches from my era don't turn me on that much.
If you are looking for a Bulova watch made in 1927, there is one that stands out above all others. It may be the most iconic Bulova ever. The first batch of 5000 were made and sold by Bulova in 1927 to honor the New York to Paris flight of Charles A. Lindbergh. The "Lone Eagle" was made for seven years and in several case designs but those made in 1927 are the most desirable.I need to find something from mid 1927, any suggestions from the gallery?
From all I have seen and read, there are no 14K railroads. I thought it odd that Bulova didn't make any solid gold railroad watches, but apparently, that's the way it is.I'm an M5. Thinking R.R 214 (I don't have a 214 - 4 or 5 218s). 14K. Money.....