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Cartier Tank Cintrée, A Rare Yellow Gold Rectangular Wristwatch, Circa 1965

Estimated price
$20,000
+ $29 for insured shipping to United States of America
Year of production 1965
No original box
No original papers
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Auction from Nov 17, 2021 to Dec 9, 2021

Shipping and Seller Information

Available now
Expected delivery: Dec 8, 2021 - Dec 16, 2021

Details

Basic Info

Listing code CTO786
Brand Cartier
Model Tank
Dealer product code N10806_0000017d-25ef-da88-abff-bfffe9070000
Movement Manual winding
Case material Yellow gold
Year of production 1965
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States of America, New York, New York

Caliber

Movement Manual winding
Number of jewels 18

Case

Case material Yellow gold
Case diameter 37 mm
Dial Silver

Description

Tank Cintrée
A rare yellow gold rectangular wristwatch, Circa 1965
Dial: silvered
Caliber: mechanical, 18 jewels
Movement Number: 1’760’381
Case: 18k yellow gold, secured by screws in the band
Case number: 52'361
Closure: 18k pink and yellow gold deployant buckle, no. 19905
Size: 37 mm length
Signed: dial and movement signed Cartier, case numbered
Box: no
Papers: no
Accessories: Cartier pouch

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Seller

Sotheby's

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New York, United States of America

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