Pre-1940s large watch

I recently acquired a V-C pre 1940's watch.  The description is as follows:

ROMAN PORCELAIN DIAL WITH EYEBALL CRYSTAL / STERLING SILVER CASE WITH A SEE THRU BACK . . .CHRONOMETER QUALITY HIGH GRADE NICKEL PLATED MOVEMENT BY VACHERON AND CONSTANTIN HOUSED WITH A SEE THRU CRYSTAL TO ADMIRE THE HIGH QUALITY MOVEMENT / OVERSIZE GOLD SCREW COMPENSATING BALANCE WHEEL ( WITH A DIAMETER OF 16MM!!!) / GOLD CHATONED WOLFTEETHS WINDING WHEELS / BLUED BREGUET HAIRSPRING / LEVER AND ESCAPE WHEELS WITH CAPSTONES / MOVEMENT IN EXTREMELY GOOD CONDITION HIGHLY JEWELED / BIG NATURAL RED RUBY. BIG SILVER ONYON TYPE CROWN, TIME SETTING DEVISE BY 4 O’CLOCK

UNIQUE AND JUMBO NEW SOLID STERLING SILVER ( 925 ) HEAVY THREE PIECE CASE / THE WATCH MEASURES APPROX. 46MM. WITHOUT THE CROWN AND 55MM. FROM LUG TO LUG / 16MM. THICK

I wanted to get more information (year made, style, details) about this watch if possible. I have a photo as well.

Thank you

from your description the watch sounds like a recased
12/26/2007 - 10:21

pocket watch (silver case, 46mm diameter, see through back...) you can upload a scan directly by clicking on the "+" icon

Re: from your description the watch sounds like a recased
12/26/2007 - 18:41

Here is a picture . . . .

your scan confirms what I was saying, furthermore the push piece at 4
12/26/2007 - 19:31

which needs to be pressed to be able to set the time is another proof that it is a recased pocket watch.

Re: your scan confirms what I was saying, furthermore the push piece a
12/26/2007 - 20:02

Thank you!!!  The price reflects that as well . . .

Re: your scan confirms what I was saying, furthermore the push piece a
12/27/2007 - 02:06

Can you tell what the pocket watch model was?  Was the push pin an original featiure?

the push piece was not an original feature, it was commonly used until
12/27/2007 - 09:11

a systm was invented allowing the setting of time directly via the crown.

Re: from your description the watch sounds like a recased
12/26/2007 - 18:42

I forgot to say thank you for the information . . .