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It looks to me as though the hands have been replaced. I would expect a 2938 to have dauphine skeletonised hands with radium inserts, and not stick hands. The gold markers are a variation of a normal and original dial. Dial looks original (although pic is a bit blurry to say with certainty) and not refinished, but I would expect to see the minute and second sweep just overreach the inner chapter ring, whereas your minute hand goes way out towards the dial perimeter.
So, gold markers and hands were one of many variations of Seamaster dial in stainless models. The crystal ring was almost always silver rather than yellow in colour. It is less common to see applied gold numerals at every hour.