Been a while since I posted. I have been doing a bit of research on this and believe it to be a 1927-29 Bulova Trojan or Conqueror. I looked at this database and the advertisements. For these years, the Trojans and Conquerors look very similar. I am leaning toward Conqueror only because the Trojan usually appears to have the fancier hands. I would welcome your expert opinions. Also, the Dial color is unique. I have not seen this before. It may be some sort of patina? The only history I have on the watch is that it was "rebuilt" in 2010. What that means exactly, I have not idea. I guess it could be a redial with different hands? Would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks. One last note, I would not have noticed this unless I read about it in this forum, but the movement does appear to have the "Omega" logo stamped on it?? Inside caseback writing indicates "Pat. Jan 11, 1927"