12 May 2008
Cartier. An ultra slim 18K gold hunter case keyless lever dress watch
Signed Cartier, France, case numbered 2869 and CG23899 and stamped with the London import letter for 1932, movement signed European Watch and Clock Co., Inc., manufactured in 1932
With ultra slim nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, the engine-turned silvered dial with Arabic numerals, blued steel moon-style hands, the bezel secured by four screws, in ultra slim plain circular case, case numbered, dial signed, movement signed E.W.C.
49 mm. diam.
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According to the Archives of Cartier, the present watch was sold by Cartier in London in 1932.
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