Welcome and my first ask for help

Welcome to everyone.


I was reading your posts for a few days and I was impressed with the knowledge of you guys.
Also another important part of the forum is you are trying to help.
I am just the beginner and I wish to “improve” my knowledge about  old watches “Vacheron and Constantin .
I had a few pocket watches and I still have a few more .
I become an owner of very nice example of the watchmaking art which I am suspecting is VC but there is no  logos or stamps confirming it .
If you can help me to find the answer  Is it VC or not .
 Welcome and my first ask for helpWelcome and my first ask for helpWelcome and my first ask for help
The watch is very nice but as there are no
12/11/2012 - 10:32
logos or brand name linking it to Vacheron I doubt it is a VC, normally at least the dial, case or movement need to be signed
Re: The watch is very nice but as there are no
12/11/2012 - 12:35
Thanks Alex for response. Sorry for my ignorance but I wish to ask another question. I checked the type of the mechanism and they look almost  (identical for me – beginner )identical like another watches from VC. Have they had  in the history  (VC) short series without the name on the mechanism nor case or made mechanism for another company ? What do you think about type of the mechanism ?    
I would think your watch may have been made from a Geneva maker that
12/11/2012 - 13:38
is why you can find similarities but a watch since no signatures or numbers, it isn't a VC