aTTEMPTING TO GET MORE INFO ON MY 32MM VACHERON 18K WATCH

FIRST OFF I APOLOGIZE FOR POSTING IN THE POLL SECTION, I EXPLAINED IM NEW HERE AND DIDNT UNDERSTAND WHAT THAT WAS EXACTLY. NO HERE IS MY QUESTION IN THE RIGHT PLACE HOPEFULLY: 
This is my first post here, so please forgive any foul-ups on my part. I am trying to date this watch I have had restored professionally for over 1-1/2 long painstaking years now. Finally completed, it does lack the original key i believe, as well as a few of the original rose cut diamonds are missong, but the others still there are all original. The name "Vacheron & Co." only on the outside of the inner movement case, leads me to believe the date of this watch somewhere between 1867-1871 when this name was in use. There is a number 17107 on the inside of the case, but i dont believe that is the watch SN and did not find one on the movement. Any help in identifying or getting any more info on the rarity or date of this watch would be most appreciated. Thank you everyone for reading this lengthy post. George 

THE PICTURES CAN BE HOPEFULLY SEEN IN THE POLL SECTION, AS I DONT KNOW HOW TO ADD THEM HERE.
Hi George, to upload scans just click on the "mountain" icon next to
11/17/2008 - 17:25
the Smiley.
Re: aTTEMPTING TO GET MORE INFO ON MY 32MM VACHERON 18K WATCH
11/17/2008 - 17:32

THANK YOU. HERE ARE THE PHOTOS & THANKS FOR YOUR HELP ON THAT.

I don't believe it to be a Vacheron Constantin watch as the name
11/17/2008 - 18:03
Vacheron and Co was never used.