In reply to Thank you for posting the… by JimDon5822
As Stephen stated above, the dial is correct style, but placement of markers is incorrect for the case, as is the shape of the minutes track. Out of curiousity, I did a search with "13AL" as the only refinement. What came up in the database was Oakley, Oxford and Physician models. It appears that all used the same movement and casing 1933-1935. If the casing/movement combination isn't exclusive to one distinct model; I'm currently at non-conforming but will go with majority consensus.
In reply to This is a dial from a Oakley… by mybulova_admin
Yes i did notice that it was missing the bulova on the dial. And it does look like someone has cleaned it also it looks very much worn alot. I got this and another one on a jewlery box left behind by my grandmother. And this one still works and seems to keep time. But it definitely looks very worn. Like a daily wearer.