18 November 2003
Cartier. A lady's fine and unusual 18K gold backwound bracelet watch
Signed Cartier, movement no. 243562, case no. 92832, circa 1950
With rectangular nickel-finished duoplan lever movement, 16 jewels, the matt silvered dial with Roman numerals, in rectangular case with crown to the hinged back, all set within an articulated bracelet with rectangular-shaped links surmounted by semicircular gold loops, a hinged cover opening to reveal the dial, together with an 18K pink gold Cartier deployant clasp, case with hand-stamped number and signed European Watch & Clock Co., dial signed Cartier, movement signed E.W. & C. Co. Inc.
24 mm. long and 170 mm. overall length
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