I think I shall refrain from posting from my iPhone in the future. Anyway, here is the corrected version of my previous post: Exellent sleuthing, satoken! It does indeed seem that your find is an example of the watch in this advertisement. I have read in more than one place on this forum that Vacheron Constantin, for an unknown period of time, followed a practice of producing only twenty-four identical copies of a given reference before changing some detail of the watch, usually but not always the dial. Based solely on what can be seen in the ad's illustration, it seems that the dial (for the advertised watch) might have a two-tone finish, the hour chapter "ring" more reflective than the center. Since the photo of your find doesn't seem to show a dial with this two-tone finish, it is not clear whether this was a detail change executed by the manufacture following its "twenty-four" practice, or evidence pointing to the possibility that the dial of your find has been refurbished. Regardless, this watch is very handsome, and in my opinion would make for anyone, a wonderful first Vacheron Constantin.