London, South Kensington
19 November 2009
A lady's wristwatch, by Cartier
The cut-cornered square dial with Roman numerals and two colour stepped bezel, to leather straps with gilt buckle, mechanical movement
Dial and movement signed Cartier, case signed Cartier Paris and No. 782100514
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Please note that the case back does nor fasten securely to the case front
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