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That's a 60's or early 70's model - if it's authentic. If the dial is original, the "&" gives it away because VC stopped using that around 1974. I'm leaning towards it being the real deal but I'd like to see inside of the caseback and the movement in clear & large enough pictures to see the numbers. Probably a manual wind caliber from the 100x series if it is correct.

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Thank you for replying, I have somewhere to start searching. Typically I'd be excited about opening a watch but this isn't some $20 broken watch that I got from eBay. I'd hate to scratch the back of this watch. I'll tell him to take it to a watch smith and to take some pictures.

Again, thank you.

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