This one is in near perfect condition except for a crack in the crystal. It looks like a Kirkwood with the side steps removed and side engraving added.. Inside of hinged case is marked Bulova Quality with the 1924 patent date and serial number. Apparently serviced since Sharpie markers were invented and keeping excellent time. It started running with a single rotation of the crown.
Interesting note: There are currently 52 - 1932 dated mens watches in the database and only 10 are yellow gold counting this one. It also bears the distinction of being one of only 20 (all dated 1930-32) housing a 9AF movement.
Mounted by me on a NOS period dark brown leather band.
I'm stumped, what the heck is it?