Looking for matching box ref 6484 from 1960

Goodday all, can anyone help me with a picture or thread with picture of how a box fitting a 1960s ref 6484 ? should look like ? I am hopping to find one for the watch i am about to receive. I located this one on Dutch ebay but i think it is from this century :


Looking for matching box ref 6484 from 1960  

Looking for matching box ref 6484 from 1960 

I will be nice to have it complete, but from searching so far they are hard to find, i.e no luck yet ... Thank you for your time.
the one in the photo is recent, boxes from the 60s
09/11/2013 - 16:06
should look something like these but other designs certainly did exist too
thank you Alex, would VC themselves have vintage
09/11/2013 - 18:47
or new boxes for sale ?? 
no VC doen't have or sell these vintage boxes
09/11/2013 - 18:48
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Can you post pictures of the watch?
09/11/2013 - 19:14
It would be nice this reference.  Is it on bracelet or strap?
Hello Tick Talk, sorry for my late reply.
09/12/2013 - 16:42
I dont have my own pictures yet, i do have some enclosed in an email from the seller. They are not very good but if you want them just let me know in a PM and i will forward the email to you. I will hopefully recieve the watch  on Monday and then I will take pictures off course and post them. Thank you also for the information you supplied on shaw webspace, i used that and this forum`s info to make up my mind and convince myself the watch is a `good` one. I hope you will agree after posting. My initial choice was the ref 4570 but eventhough the seller offered me a good deal it was out of my budget. The 6484 is also very nice and elegant, pink gold, its on a leather strap and looks in very good and original state. Except for the buckle which is of a later date with the cross, as i learned from your info. But thats okay i like it anyway! The dial ( sunburst ? ) looks very good, letters so good the may have been re printed, but i read somewere that a sunburst dial can no be alterred. I would like to ask you and/or Alex to check if the numbers match the age and production year, and if its possible to find out how many have been produced of this watch ? Is it alright to post the case and movement numbers here with the picturers or should that be avoided ? Thanks again.
you can of course post photos of case back and movement. I can
09/12/2013 - 18:48
finf you the year of production but VC does not communicate production numbers
thank you Alex , and a very happy birthday from me
09/12/2013 - 22:24
as well !! or : van harte gefeliciteerd , in Dutch
thank you :-)
09/13/2013 - 17:57
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here are some pictures of the watch?
09/17/2013 - 18:54
but its not mine anymore, i cancelled the sale because the case wasnt 36 mm but 34mm and that is really to small for me. Also i thought the bridges were not in line and the outside of 1 screwhole was haevely scratched. I do trust the ref numbers of the case and movement, and also the last 3 digits are also present  in the outer rim of the case. It is in really good condition  with a nice sunray dial. Enjoy the pictures.        Not easy to make good close ups but after a little testing i think i did okay wiith my Panasonic Lumix on macro setting. Nice to be able to make a contribution.  Enjoy !
You dodged a bullet my friend!
09/17/2013 - 19:08
Back in the day when mechanical watches were the norm, they were serviced much more frequently than today, and by local watchmakers who had desks covered in watches in various states of service/repair/restoration.  As a result there were many scratches caused by hurried technicans; the worst being to dials for those too lazy to use a protective shield or, later, the proper tool.  If you are looking for vintage, some amount of shop wear will have to be tolerated unfortunately. However, the swan-neck fine regulator has been broken clean off this example!  Not something that is easily fixed angry.
OMG i thought i checked it thouroghly against all
09/17/2013 - 23:05
the pictures here and  still missed that... i was looking at the 453 i think. Thanks for the insight. I have a long way to go i n learning i guess. Lucky me