Every once in awhile I come across a watch that stumps me. First off I love the dial design. I was sort of think this could be a frankenbully initially, but looking at the case markings and serial number on the case and being from the mid 1930's when Bulova didn't nessicerily mark their cases, I think this is legit. The movement is a 6AF, which is usually found in ladies watches, but it is a big movement. This is definitely a man's watch. The serial number on the case indicates 1935, as does the square date code. Looking at it in real life, it really does look like one of my other dozen from this timeframe. Really interesting the case is long, somewhat the size of a Lone Eagle of that timeframe. I think it's legit, and Unknown. Though I will say I don't know at all about the movement. If this is a re-cased Bulova movement it's been re-cased in a Bulova case imho.