From a 1928 ad in the database, I believe this one is the "DEAUVILLE".
Found just as shown with NO CASE BACK.
All of the 6AF cases I have are hinged. This one takes a snap-on back.
Since these movements fit perfectly inside the case, I am guessing that a snap-on caseback from most any 6F BULOVA will fit. Does anybody have one?
Do the engraved lugs in watch match either/both ads? I think so.
In reply to Do the engraved lugs in watch by William Smith
Oh Jeff, this is a wonderful watch. I think these enameled watches are among the best Bulova made for the ladies. We certainly have a dilemma as to what to call her. I totally want her name to be Lady Lindy but will set three ticks (confirmed ID) for the Deauville as well.
What a find, now comes the hard part.......
In reply to Nice watch! It's rare that by Reverend Rob
So the ad showing watch as the Bulova 'Deauville' is dated July 1928 and both adverts showing Bulova 'Lady Lindy' are dated August 1928 and June 1929.
Certainly fair to say both names would be correct, but I'd be happy to go with 'Lady Lindy' as well for consistency.