Your watch has VC's classic teardrop lugs and a great guilloche dial.
We would need you, or a watchmaker, to remove the caseback in order to see the movement and information inscribed on the movement and inside the caseback. There will be serial numbers for the the movement and the case that can be used to determine the year the watch was manufactured (these serial numbers will be different and 6-digits each). There will probably be a 4-digit reference number inscribed on the caseback as well.
We would love to see pictures of the movement as well in order to understand what calibre was used.
Best Regards, Dan
The stainless steel case is great, and now considered a rarity (VC did not make many SS watches).
The movement is Cal 454, and considered one of VC's most beautiful.
Thank you very much. A great help!