The Bulova wristwatch that Clive Barrow, one of the most infamous and celebrated outlaws in history, was wearing at the time of his death was auctioned on September 21st in Boston, Massachusetts by RR Auction at the Remarkable Rarities live auction for US$ 112,500.00. The Bulova watch features a rectangular white face with golden Arab numerals and it is outfitted with a 21-jewel movement with sub-second hand and a partial linked bracelet. The watch is nearly identical to the house’s Lone Eagle model and was manufactured in 1931. The watch was estimated at US$ 25,000.
Bulova is an American watch brand that was founded in New York City in 1875 by Joseph Bulova who built his brand on innovation, precision and technology. It is currently owned by the Japanese company Citizen Watch Co.
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