6 digit s/n 1935 Bulova Senator. White gold plated hinged case with yellow gold crown. This one has a highly detailed face with raised gold seconds and minutes tracks as well as indice numbers and Bulova signature. An interesting note: I have 2 other watches in my collection with this same style dial; both are case 1935.
I wonder if it's possible Bulova experimented in 1935 with a different supplier or process for faces that was short lived perhaps due to cost? There seems to be far fewer of this style dial than the standard version with black printed tracks.
Watch is currently keeping perfect time and is mounted on a period NOS replacement band that is pretty close to the original.