Help with a vintage Vacheron

Nov 24, 2018,04:33 AM
 

Please could members share their thoughts on this Vacheron that I am thinking of adding to my collection. The Vacheron in question is a a vintage 6290 from 1950s or early 60's. My issue is concerning the logo printing; the S looks very suspect. Does this look like a redial ?


Any thoughts and insights would be of tremendous help and greatly appreciated.

Thanks, 

RDP






Redial ?




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Hmm, difficult to say.

 
 By: Walter : November 24th, 2018-06:22
First, the watch case is in a very good unpolished condition with some oxydation, this is normal. So the watch is a safe queen. Second, it is nearly imposibel to find this dial after 70 years without spots. So i think it is restored. The "S" also is not n... 

I don't want to annoy you

 
 By: Figij005 : November 24th, 2018-10:40
But think twice: Other than that, a beautiful and tasteful choice! Best, Jens

However, it occurs to me that the CASE may be suspect! V&C and AP produced the same watch with the same ultra-thin movement -

 
 By: kjkt3 : November 24th, 2018-15:58
calibre 1003 and 2003 respectively - and certainly shared at least one case design. Five sides of yours look correct. The crown side does not. Perhaps the photographs are misleading, but the case looks 'wrong'. Very.

Thanks for sharing your insights. I really appreciate it.

 
 By: RDP33 : November 24th, 2018-16:24
As enough doubt has been raised to arouse some level of caution, I think it best to pass. Also, at 25mm it's just too small.