This appears to be either a 1932 Envoy or Ambassador. It is a yellow gold filled or plated case. The movement is a 15 jewel with a T date code. The dial is white with yellow gold applied markers. There area ads calling this a Envoy but I also see it called an Ambassador. I am not sure but there is one other like this in white gold id'd as an Envoy.
Have found a number of adverts still showing the Bulova Envoy as a square plain bezel as it was sold from 1929.
The second advert above may have got it wrong.
I'm more inclined to go with a 1932 Bulova Ambassador.
Thinking about it more....both the 1929 Ambassador and Envoy were the same, except for the case engraving. The Ambassador was engraved, were-as the Envoy was plain.
1932 Bulova Ambassador gets my vote.
Nice looking watch. I suspect the single example you reference ID'ed as an Envoy might be mis-identified, as all others in the category, including 1930 and 1933 are square.
The ad above dated 1934 showing case as Envoy might be a mis-print.
I agree this seems to be clearly an Ambassador but the mis-ID'd watch had me questioning it. It is also the first yellow gold version for the database. We now have white and yellow gold as well as a two tone represented in the database. I think we might need to correct the following to an Ambassdor:
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