(Vintage watch ) Refinish Dial or not ?

Hello everyone, i have just bought a watch and ask People about the information...
This is a watch which Ref 6099 and use Cal 1003, produce in
After i check the information Alex give me, i realize that my watch dial is different from the original one in 1955
This is my watch Dial

(Vintage watch ) Refinish Dial or not ?
And this is the original dial of 6099 1955 watch from Alex article
(Vintage watch ) Refinish Dial or not ?
Another from Antiquorum that Joseph sent me ( Thanks you for helping )
(Vintage watch ) Refinish Dial or not ?

I think the world Vacheron & Constantin of the picture in Alex's article and Antiquorum are quite different from my watch because they may be different font , and the Word(O) is more look like (0)in the original watch, thanks you (Moreover, your picture show that it used totally different font from mines ) And the accent is also missing on the 2nd "E" in "Geneve". I wonder whether this font is right for the VC vintage watch from 1957 cause i don't have much information about VC at that time.
So does my watch dial considered to be re-finished ?
Thanks you so much...
Yes, it does appear to be refinished
06/07/2012 - 22:26
Note also the SWISS at the bottom of your dial is different.  
Here is another from Antiquorum
06/08/2012 - 11:17
But this one is same as Mine, may be it is also redone ?
06/08/2012 - 11:19
When in doubt, move on
06/08/2012 - 15:17
Its a golden rule that I go by.  What you are trying to do is try to see how authentic it is via photo comparisons.  To be honest, I doubt anyone can help you above and beyond what information you have received so far here. I would suggest that you send it to VC in Geneve and have it authenticated there. That way you will have peace of mind and know for sure one way or the other - the best way to do this is via an Vacheron Constantin AD, or contacting the manufacture directly through the info provided on the website here.   Regards, Walid
Walid is correct!
06/08/2012 - 18:17
He echos my reply to you in a private email. Send the watch to Vacheron and they will for certain confirm the authenticity of the dial and whether it has been redone or is original. JB
I wish i could do that..., but unfornatuely, there is not any official
06/09/2012 - 05:59
VC Retailer or Office in my country..., that is the reason why I usually ask question in this Forum. Thanks you
Re: I wish i could do that..., but unfornatuely, there is not any official
06/09/2012 - 18:27
Try the concierge service or contact the VC boutique in Singapore. You can also contact the Boutique in Geneva and send it directly there. JB