Yep, the hands are certainly not original (and that seconds hand is far too long) and the whole subdial printing seems a bit off center but that could be the angle of the photo.Yes, definitely a redial. Higher res pics would show that pretty clearly, but the wobbly lettering is obvious from this poor pic.
The subdial doesn't look right, as well (the length of the hand compared to the marker locations), but once you have the reference number from inside the caseback, you can search on other examples on the web and see what it should look like - it's possible there are others like this.
Generally, a redial has a big impact on vintage watch value, as it will never be collectible with that dial. It can still be worth wearing if you like it and the price is right, though watches of this era tend to be small.