Haven't seen one like this!

My dad left this to me when he passed in 1990.  I have tried to find out the model number and year but can't seem to find one that looks remotely similay.  Any help would be appreciated.Haven't seen one like this!
Re: Haven't seen one like this!
11/26/2012 - 05:11
Any chance you can take a photo with the watch flat, face up, and one of the back, also flat? I am sure it can be identified to some degree from those. The case number and movement number would be the best way of determining its date of manufacture (and further evidence of authenticity), but you may have to have a jeweler remove the back to get those. If you have any of the original paperwork that came with the watch, it may have the numbers on it.
Re: Haven't seen one like this!
11/26/2012 - 07:14
Thanks so much for responding to my post and here are a few more pictures.  I agree with taking it to a jewler is the way to go but was hoping to at least get some info from some people that are passionate about Vacheron:)
the best would be to give us the case and movement numbers
11/26/2012 - 10:32
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Re: the best would be to give us the case and movement numbers
11/29/2012 - 01:11
I'm sorry for the awful shots but my cell phone camera is all I have anymore.  I finally took the watch to a jeweler and got the key numbers: Serial # 364889 Ref. #    4962 I went on line and it appears the watch is from 1915 to 1920.   Any other info would be helpful and if it's a pain forget it and Im sorry
Ref 4962 from the 1950s
11/29/2012 - 10:50
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Seriously?
11/27/2012 - 03:13
LOL, you have a great deal of confidence angel.  Seriously, its like trying to pick a face out of the crowd in a snow storm (that's what I'm looking at out my window right now).  Does your camera have a macro setting?
LOL, on fleabay now...
11/28/2012 - 17:33
at least one can see that it's a redial with the larger pictures.  Still no movement shots, what a waste of time sad