Please, help to identify...

I received this watch from my grandfather.  If anyone can identify it, please let me know. Thanks in advanced!
Please, help to identify...

Please, help to identify...

Please, help to identify...

Please, help to identify...
doesn't look like a VC to me. Do you have photos of the movement? Can
11/08/2010 - 10:02
you give me the numbers inscribed on the caseback and movement?
Re: doesn't look like a VC to me. Do you have photos of the movement? Can
11/08/2010 - 23:05
...Number inscribed on the caseback is: 4055, but on movement is to small and I can't read. And my god friend found this interesting article on Web:"...By 1814, third-generation watchmaker Jacques Barthelemy Vacheron was leading the company, but Vacheron realized that he needed a partner if the company was to survive. He could not oversee the company's day-to-day operations and travel overseas to market the watches. So it was that in 1819, Francois Constantin -- son of a wealthy grain merchant -- became a partner in the firm. From that point forward, the firm went under the name "Vacheron & Constantin", a name that is to this day synonymous with the finest quality timepieces..." Any way, here is the more pics: