1973 Bulova Accutron (Ref. 3392) "Freemasons Dial"
The vintage Bulova obsession in the watch community is very real and here to stay! The unique and funky watches that Bulova made from the 60s-80s are always a cause for conversation. Ranging from colorful diving chronographs to eccentric electric watches like the famous Accutron.
This 10k gold plate Bulova Accutron is not only a beautiful example but also retains a deeply interesting history. Replacing the numerals on the dial are different masonry tools and items with the best known Freemasons symbol, the 'Square and Compasses' at 12 o'clock. The symbol’s origin is believed to have come from the stonemasons’ guilds during the middle ages.
|Material||10k Gold Plate|
|Bracelet||2pc Leather Strap|
The 10k gold plated case is unpolished and retains excellent factory angles and dimensions with light signs of honest use. The case retains its original Accutron crwon. The case back retains all of its original factory marking in crisp and deep condition. The watch will come supplied on a 2pc leather strap.
The non-luminous silver "Freemasons" dial is in exceptionally well preserved vintage condition, with all of the original printing of the dial remaining in excellent condition. The dial shows no major blemishes or signs of age. The original tritium dauphine hands have aged to a slightly green coloration and exhibit no degradation when inspected under U.V. light.
None. The watch is operating perfectly and keeping excellent time, and just received a new battery.