This is a ladies Bulova I got in a box of older jewelry. I do not know much about watches. The closest looking make and model I could find on the site was a 1932 Miss Liberty. The case is similar and the front of the movement looks similar, but not a match. This is a 4AF movement which I also couldn't find on the site. The other marking on the movement is in the corner below the adjustment wheel ( I don't know my terms). It is a triangle with the number 21 in it. I am not sure what that means. The adjustment knob was broken off, but still in with the other jewelry. I wound the spring slightly using my fingernail, and it did run a little bit. I am sure it needs cleaning, but appears to be in working order except for the knob. There are several what I assume are service dates on the inside of the back cover. which are 6-22-57 s and H-12-34. the H may be an 11 with a scratch across it. I work on other jewelry so am familiar with looking for markings on items.
The case is marked 10K Rolled Gold Plate. The watch band is the original. It was offered as an alternate to the one pictured in the ad. It is labeled Morays 1/40 12K RGP.
The watch has been sold, but I will leave the information here for reference.
edit Alex: this case signature was used in 1934 only. In line with its movement.