I have an old Bulova watch with turning dials to view the hour and minutes through two windows on the face of the watch. I can see a 1936 jeweler mark inside the case. So it would be dated to the 1930s, and possibly 1920s. I would like to know if anyone can tell me what this type of watch is known as. Possibly floating dial? Thanks.
The jewelers mark means nothing. On the movement (part that ticks) there will be either a date code, or a symbol code for the older ones. You can see a chart of the codes at myBulova.com under "movements."
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