16 December 2011
Cartier. A Fine 18k Gold And Enamel Openface Keyless Lever Dress Watch With Matching 18k Gold Match Box And Original Presentation Box
Signed Cartier, Paris, Case Nos. 4894 And 5917, Match Box Stamped with London Date Letter for 1911
Nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, bi-metallic compensation balance, silvered guilloché dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, circular case, blue and white enamel border to the bezel, snap on back with white enamel family crest, 18k gold circular match box with hinged top and matching white enamel family crest, dial and movement signed, case hand stamped, match box with London date mark for 1911
watch 46mm diam., match box 42mm diam.
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Accompanied by an original Cartier form fitted leather presentation box.
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