Back pocket dating
Dials were larger while the cases were made to be less of a focal point...
looking straight at a watch from the 60's, you will many times notice that not too much of the case is visible.
The Bulova and Hamilton stepped cases shown here on the left are a perfect example of this.
Men were preferring tank watches, however only round movements were available, therefore the case was stepped to accomodate the movement and make the watch APPEAR to be square. Even though watches were fairly small back then, the designs were bold and more masculine than before. A few words that sum up the 1950's are Futuristic, Automation, and expressive.
Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone.If you’re just tuning in and could use a recap, these articles are the primary pieces on the subject: .This is the habit of women to “collect” men and keep them in reserve – or, in their back pockets – until such time as they might need them. It’s not a conscious effort to be manipulative or use others (usually).These numbers are stamped on the back (outside) of the case. The code was usually stamped on the back of the watch case.If there is no two symbols, it could be that your watch was made before 1948. For exabple, If you have a Bulova watch with the stamp M3 then it was made in 1963.