Can you help identify a VC?

Hi,  I have a VC wrist-watch that was my fathers.  I know that it is authentic because I bought it for him with my mother long time ago.  I have been looking through the internet for a model similar to mine but I can't find one.  My question is, if I post a picture of it, will somebody be able to identify it?
Another question that I have is about the strap.  I know the strap is not original, but the clasp I think it is the original.  It has a symbol engraved, like a letter B.  Can you help me with that?

Thanks for your time
You've come to the right place, however without a scan it is hard to
11/05/2008 - 18:57
give any information. Welcome to the Lounge.
Re: You've come to the right place, however without a scan it is hard to
11/05/2008 - 19:10
Thanks!! I will scan the watch and post it later this evening or tomorrow morning.
Re: Re: You've come to the right place, however without a scan it is hard to
11/06/2008 - 02:19
Hi again. These are the scans of the watch: This is the buckle that I don't know if it is original: I think the model number is 538 178 and the movement 699 234. I'll appreciate if someone can tell me how valuable this watch is.  I know that it is impossible to asses its value with just pictures, but a rough idea will be just fine. Again, thanks for your help and your time
called the "Coin Coupé" meaning cut edges in ref to the
11/06/2008 - 10:43
case shape. This model was launched in the mid 70s. Its difficult to give any value just from the prictures but considering the fact that it is vers 70s looking and the scratches on the case I don't think it would fetch anything over $3500-4000 at auction. Caveat emptor
Dear Moderator, what is the movement? (nt)
11/06/2008 - 11:38
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I think its a cal 1015 (nt)
11/07/2008 - 15:29
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Thanks for the information!
11/06/2008 - 15:59
What about the buckle?  Is it the original buckle?  Also, do you think the case can be polished?
yes the case can be repolished, you need to give it to a competent
11/07/2008 - 15:30
watch repairer.