12 November 2007
Cartier. A fine and rare 18K gold, platinum, black onyx, enamel and diamond-set openface keyless lever dress watch with box
Signed Cartier, case nos. 10344 and 13241, movement signed European Watch & Clock Co. Inc., circa 1925
With circular nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, the engine-turned silver dial with Roman five minute divisions, blued steel moon-style hands, the circular case entirely in black onyx, the band set with diamonds, the gold and black enamel bezel with Roman numerals and floral decoration, platinum bow, case with hand-stamped Cartier reference numbers, dial signed Cartier, France, movement signed European Watch & Clock Co., Inc.
48 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by a Cartier Inc. red leather presentation box.
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