Looks like a nice jewellery watch.
Please give me the nuber on the movement, I can't see it.
It's on the metal 6 figures, small stamped, I see them but not as clear so I can read them.
Then I also want the number on the inside, or perhaps backside, of the watch case.
Should also be Vacheron&Constantin hallmark, 18k or 750, and a little symbol(a lady in profile) Geneva hallmark.
This could be on the back case of the watch or inside the shell.
thank you for your answer.
Here you find the Vacheron & Constantin hallmark, 18k and 750, and a little symbol (a lady in profile) Geneva hallmark.
Actually I can't give you the number on the metal 6 figures, but I hope to be able to do in the next days.
I've bought it as a gift for my wife (lucky woman ).
I followed in love with this watch, and I didn't resist to buy it !
Sometimes I think to be a little fool .
Thanks to Alex for his appreciation
I'm happy to have discovered this forum.
n°3...n°4....n°5.... the never ending madness
I have a Royal Eagle Chronograph grey/anthracite dial with a brown strap which I believe to be the coolest combo. By the way, I saw a VC lady employee wear one like mine at SIHH
I'm sure you made a smart move to your wife
1953 seems to be around as precise as you can get.
Could be from end of 40's to beginning of 50's,
just by the case number.
The movement number isn't so important, when it comes to these kind of watches,
because they often used "older" movements, which means movements produced at an earlier time.
So when it comes to jewlery watches the case number is of more interest.
I congratulate both you and your wife.
You, for having such good taste and buying her a watch,
made by the oldest and finest watchmanufacturer in the world,
and your wife, for having such a kind husband
I think you definitely are worth a Vacheron Constantin yourself,
after what you have done !
Hi Tommy, and congrats on such a cool purchase - your wife must be thrilled!
I really like the watch, it think it is a great and original concept...