12 November 2007
Cartier. A fine 18K gold rectangular wristwatch with box
Signed Cartier, Tank model, case nos. 017330 and 45690, movement signed Cartier Inc., no. 1375884, circa 1970
With circular nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, the silvered matte dial with baton numerals, in rectangular case with straight lugs, back secured by four screws in the band, sapphire-set crown, 18K pink gold Cartier deployant clasp numbered 16156 and stamped EJ for Edmond Jaeger, case stamped EJ and with Cartier reference numbers, dial signed Cartier, movement signed Cartier Inc.
30 mm. overall length
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Accompanied by Cartier red leather presentation box.
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