My cousin gave me a Vacheron Constantin watch a few years ago. I've only worn it on a few times. I tried looking in up on the internet, but there's so many styles. Also, I don't know if it's an actual Vacheron Constantin or a fake. It has a leather black band with Vacheron Constantin stamped on the underside of the band with the swiss cross. The clasp is silver colered with a swiss cross on it. The watch itself has a glass front and back (so you can see the works). The outside is silver colored and it is a manual wind watch with a swiss cross on the stem. The face of the watch looks like a cog or gear. It's silver colered and it has roman numerals. You flip it over and the works looks like they're gold plated. You can see the back side of the face of the watch and where the roman numerals are placed they're swiss crosses. It's a jeweled watch because you can see the rubies in it. Can you tell me what kind of watch this is thanks, Roger
08/29/2010 - 14:45
first you need to read this
08/30/2010 - 11:39
Shady Joe's Guide To Spotting a Fake VC click here to read if you're still wondering if your watch is genuine or not you will need to post a scan
Re: How can I tell if I have a real Vacheron Constantin watch.
09/04/2010 - 14:34
The only writing on the watch is Vacheron Constantin (with the cross) is stamped on the underside of the wristband. and on the face of the watch (off center and towards the upper right) are the words: Vacheron Constantin and Swiss Made in a circular pattern around the Maltese Cross. I couldn't find any serial numbers or any other writing of any kind on the watch itself.