|Antique Bulova Watches|
|What is it about antique Bulova watches that makes them so fascinating to collectors? In a nutshell, the finest in Swiss craftsmanship combined with timeless styling. If you look at some of the watches that Bulova produced in the 1920's you will see that they were way ahead of their time in terms of style. Antique Bulova watches continue to be available at quite reasonable prices. How long this will continue is anyone's guess as the vintage watch market, particularly for Bulova watches from the 1920's and 1930's gets hotter every day. From Bulova's humble beginnings in 1875 when 23 year old Czech immigrant Joseph Bulova opened a small jewelry shop on Maiden Lane in New York City to today Bulova watches have come to be known as one of the finest and most respected brands in the world. Keep your antique Rolex, vintage Patek Philippe, gold Cartier, Jaeger Lecoultre, Movado, Omega, or Vacheron Constantin. I'll take an antique Bulova any day. For addition information on rare vintage Bulova watches try this other great site.
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|Antique Bulova Watch History|
|Joseph Bulova, a young immigrant from Czechoslovakia, started a small jewelry store in downtown New York City in 1875. In 1912 he set up a factory in Bienne, Switzerland to produce and assembly jeweled watch movements. The corporate name Bulova Watch Company, Inc. was adopted in 1923. The revolutionary new concept of mechanical standardization was perfected shortly thereafter. By making every part in a Bulova watch with such precision that it would interchange with like parts in other Bulova watches, servicing was greatly enhanced. In 1927 The Bulova Watch Company was listed on the American Stock Exchange.