As the world's oldest watchmaker, Vacheron & Constantin sets the bar for what constitutes a world-class timepiece. Prized by kings and queens, heads of state, and prominent public figures. Elegant yet understated, it appeals to the man who is satisfied knowing that he was wearing one of finest watches in the world and does not need to parade it.
This a high-grade Vacheron & Constantin movement that is outfitted with an early, sub-dial sweep seconds hand mechanism. it possesses all the necessary capabilities to earn it its place among the finest hand-wound timepieces in the world.
The 18K rose and yellow gold Vacheron & Constantin case is in excellent condition. The white dial is original with a graceful even patina. The high-grade Vacheron & Constantin movement is clean and is keeping excellent time.
The Finer Details
Manufacturer: Vacheron & Constantin
Country of origin: Switzerland
CONDITION: Completely overhauled, replaced the mainspring, cleaned and oiled. working perfectly
AGE: Circa 1933
CASE: solid 18K Rose gold with yellow gold dial bezel signed Vacheron & Constantin Diameter: across is 35mm without crown. Lug to Lug 43mm. The watch must have been worn only on special occasion, very light to normal use for 85 years.
Dimensions; Diameter: across is 35mm without crown. Lug to Lug 43mm.
DIAL: Original cream color with a even patina. displays Arabic numerals, markers, minute tracks, solid gold baton hands and subsidiary seconds.
Crystal : Original glass
MOVEMENT: Signed Vacheron & Constantin rhodium plated, "fausses cotes" decoration, 17 jewels, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance, Breguet balance-spring Serial number 419848
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