here are the pictures of the case and the movement. it's a 1015 (written on it).
Do you have more informations ?
Cal 1015 was used in the 1960s-1970s
12/04/2009 - 12:47
It is a manual wind and also considered an extra-flat movement, but I don't know the height of this cal. vs. 1.64mm for the more well known cal 1003. As long as the case back is off, can you find the movement's serial number? I can't see it from the picture. With thc case # and movement #, you can get information on the date of Manufacture directly from VC. I'm not sure how popular the Cal 1015 was, or any of its technical merits, as it a relatively little talked about movement, though it does look interesting. I'm sure others know more about vintage watches than I do, and I'd like to learn more about it as well. It's a very nice watch and plase post any additional information that you find. Best Regards, Dan
Thank you for these lines.
12/04/2009 - 15:09
Ah, yeah, when my friend sent me these pictures (the watch do not belong to me) I've been very please to see them. I'm really not fan of "post-modern" watches, made in during these years, where they had to break ropes to classic design, and create something new, but I have to say that these simple, pure lines and curves, all this gold, is really pleasant. I'll try to have this serial number. Deniz;
Re: Identification (with Movement pics now !
12/04/2009 - 22:49
Vacheron cal.1015 is based on a JLC cal.895 ebauche click here to see more information for 1015 caliberhttp://www.thehourlounge.com/thread/view/re-caliber-1015-details_37862_37868.html
and here the caliber number
12/07/2009 - 16:32
Thank you for all further informations. Deniz
Ref 39009 from 1983 (nt)
12/07/2009 - 17:25