This 1970s fine, rare, and all-original Vacheron Constantin Geneve is solid white gold and ultra-thin at only 4mm; this is one of the thinnest watches produced in this era! The case is smaller in size as well at 33×24.5mm, which is very understated, classic, and simple. The famous and ultra-thin caliber 1003 manual winding Vacheron Constantin movement is amongst the thinnest ever produced, having polished screw heads and Geneva stripes, which are all glistening and accurate after a recent cleaning and overhaul. The original factory ivory dial with fired-enamel Roman numerals and enamel-coated hands is classic and easy to read. The thin and fine-quality, original supple leather band is faintly signed “Vacheron Constantin” and still in good shape. The buckle is unsigned. The tonneau-shaped case is enhanced with a narrow, polished bezel. The original mineral-glass crystal is present. Vacheron Constantin was established in 1750 and is one of the finest and oldest watchmakers.