Tentatively a 1930 Dewey. Very tentatively (see below).
The case is two tone yellow gold on white. Bulova Quality hallmark. Movement is a 1930 13AF, 15 J.
I wasn't going to post this because the dial with the rectangular shaped minute & seconds chapter outlines doesn't follow the frame of the case. I was positive it was a redial.
Then I came across this 1930 Lone Eagle in the database along with the discussion. If I understood it right, Bulova was experimenting with the 13AF movement at this time and it resulted in quite a few watches like this one.
FWIW, the rectangular outlines and numbers don't really look bad. It almost looks less busy like this.
Anyway, now I'm intensely curious. What do you think?