Can Anyone Identify This Watch: photos help

Hello and thanks for looking and helping.

This watch was given to me about 30 + years ago. It's about 1.25" long x 1" wide and 5/16" thick.
The band appears to crocodile.
I'm guessing the number on the back case, "527287" is the serial number.
On the buckle "AW" appears over the word "Swiss" and "750" appears over the word "Deposse".

I have no information on the movement, the style or model #, and do not have the original case/box/documentation.

I live in Los Angeles so if you have any recommendations as to who I might see that is an expert in Vacheron watches, I'd appreciate a recommendation.

If anyone would like to guess the value or provide a range, this would also be appreciated. The watchis extremely good physical conditon and functions perfectly. 

Can Anyone Identify This Watch: photos help

Can Anyone Identify This Watch: photos help

Can Anyone Identify This Watch: photos helpCan Anyone Identify This Watch: photos help
you should have a watchmaker take off the
09/11/2008 - 12:29
case back, you'll have the reference number engraved in it. I would guess the watch dates post 1974 (there is no & between Vacheron and Constantin) and uses the extra thin manual cal 1003. As for an apparaisal I would suggest you contact an auction house Antiquorum, Sotheby's and Christie's have offices in LA and appraisals are free.
ref 39008 from 1981 using cal 1015 (nt)
09/13/2008 - 19:07
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