Where to Sell Bulova Watch | Bulova Watch Value – Las Vegas
Sell Bulova Watch
Bulova is an American company that specializes in manufacturing timepieces. It is one of a few American companies that manufacture watches. Bulova watches are famous for their shock-resistant and waterproof watches. Read more to learn about where to sell Bulova watches and Bulova watch value.
Bulova Watch Value
When you sell your Bulova watch, our watch experts will evaluate it for its value. And there are a few factors that affect its price when you sell it. Below are the factors that are taken into consideration when determining your watch’s worth.
- Model Number
Bulova uses gold in their watchbands, so it is one factor that affects the watch’s value.
Where to Sell Bulova Watch
The best place to sell your Bulova watch is at Nevada Coin Mart. Nevada Coin Mart has more than two decades of experience when it comes to watches. Our watch experts are knowledgeable when it comes to all things watches. We have also been recognized by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and been given the Best of Las Vegas award. We also pay the most, and we always pay in cash.
For more information about selling your Bulova watch, visit us at Nevada Coin Mart®, 4065 S. Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, or call us at 702-998-4000. We are open every day from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM.
Czech immigrant Joseph Bulova established Bulova in 1875 as J. Bulova Company. The company was later renamed and reincorporated as the Bulova Watch Company in 1923. Bulova’s mission is to innovate timepieces. In 1912, the company opened its first plant solely dedicated to the mass production of watches, which was unheard of during that time. In 1919, Bulova introduced a wide range of women’s watches and men’s watches in 1924.
Bulova used a visually appealing advertising campaign which made its watches popular amongst Americans. And in 1927, Bulova put up an observatory on the roof of a building at 580 5th Avenue New York, NY, to ascertain the exact universal time.
Bulova, later on, established its operations in the towns of Woodside and Flushing in New York, where it made its innovations and produced watchmaking tools. It is where they developed the iconic Accutron watch, which is regulated by a tuning fork.
Japanese-owned Citizen Watch Company bought Bulova on January 10, 2008, for $250 million. Today, Bulova designs produces, and markets different watch brands such as Bulova, Caravelle, Wittnauer Swiss, and Marine Star. In 2014, the company stopped producing and selling Bulova watches like the Accutron and Accutron watches. However, in 2020 Bulova reintroduced the Accutron line.