I'm not a Turnograph expert but I recall that only 100 were made. I believe they all had 1072/1 in them though, so the 1019 in your new watch sounds suspicious to me.
The dial looks like an authentic VC, but I thought the Turnograph used different, wider, hands. I'm also not too sure about the crown.
Best case, the watch may be authentic. Worst case, the watch may be a Franken (using authentic VC components but assembled together to create a watch that did not originally leave the VC Manufacture in this configuration).
I know there are others that are more knowledgeable and actually own the Turnograph, I'm sure they will give you their thoughts as well. I've looked at a Turnograph recently but don't have the funds right now to seriously consider it.
I think you can provide VC's Heritage Dept. with your watch's movement and case number in order to provide the most basic information about whether they were originally paired together by VC.
Best Regards, Dan