Hello to all!
Recently we found a Vintage Bank bag, inside of it, are Bank Bonds and Stock Certificates
all dating from the late 1920's to the early 1930's. Within this bag we also found a Vintage
VC wrist watch. The styling is square with flared lugs and a solid gold flexable band. Not knowing anything about
vintage watches, the student in me went to work. I have studied every photo gallery avaliable on line, read through many books and can not find anything the same? The case revealed the V & C name with the maltease cross, a stamp within a box stating: "18K 0.750". In addition, a Swiss hallmark indicating (18K- 0.750), a key with a number within?, and a production number of #286008
Question; what is the number within the stamped key indicate? and the production number
puts this wrist watch case prior to VC's 1909/1910 introduction to the wrist watch??
The Movement, all though coming out of a square case is round, bearing 17 jewels, the VC name and cross, geneve, swiss, and "VXN". To what I beleave is the grade number "458 / 1 b" and a production number of #449017
Question: with just the production numbers and this discription can you tell me what model this may be? And where I might read more about this model?
Thank you for any help!