Are all of the models with these numbers Fake?

I'm just trying to figure out if my father's vacheron constatin is a fake or not......He wore it all the time, and he certainly had the money to buy one, but he never said anything to me about it.

It has these number's on the back: 737998 42005 750, and unfortunately when I searched this site for those numbers, the few topics that I found were about seemingly fake watches.

I did take a look at this post, http://www.thehourlounge.com/thread/view/shady-joe-s-guide-to-spotting-a-fake-vacheron-constantin_3843_3843.html, which details about checking if a watch is a fake or not.  The watch itself is in good condition, the leather is a bit worn, but there aren't any random or useless push pieces, or anything that seems off. 

Basically, I'm just looking to see if anyone knows or can confirm that the watch's that have those numbers are indeed fakes.
12/08/2010 - 21:01
12/08/2010 - 21:40
Edu
12/09/2010 - 15:05
12/08/2010 - 22:11
12/09/2010 - 02:55
JB
12/09/2010 - 04:43
Scans required!
12/08/2010 - 21:01
Scans are needed to assess authenticity (close enough to see details clearly): 1. Dial, incl. lugs and crown; 2. caseback (both sides); 3. movement. Robert
Re: Scans required!
12/08/2010 - 21:40
Thanks for the reply!  I'll definitly look into doing that. Would most high end watch store's be able to do this, or do you know of any specific place's that are reliable and trustworthy that can do this?  Just wondering where I could go to get this done.
Meaning of word 'scan'
12/09/2010 - 15:05
On this site, scan basically means a photo: we want to see it!!
Hi Teaversa
12/08/2010 - 22:11
If your watch doesn't look like this then it's a fake. The number 42005 is often used in VC fakes as you mentioned. Kind regards Martin
Re: Hi Teaversa
12/09/2010 - 02:55
The watch looks almost identical to that one Mine definitely looks a tad more worn than that one, but otherwise it seems like the same watch. However, I'm thinking I should still look into getting it scanned, or perhaps have a professional look at or something.  I'm guessing thats the only sure-fire way to be certain about whether or not it's a fake.
Re: Re: Hi Teaversa
12/09/2010 - 04:43
Hi, All you need is a point and shoot camera; take some pics and upload them. If you want to take the back of to take a photo of the movement, any watch repair place can do that. But even some pics of the dial and back of the case would be helpful. JB
doesn't the 42005 have a flyback? nt)
12/09/2010 - 09:27
doesn't the 42005 have a flyback? nt)
Re: Re: Re: Hi Teaversa
12/11/2010 - 02:00
I'll upload some pictures of it when I get home from work =) Out of interest, how much would the watch in the picture a few posts up be worth?