The Magical Art of Cartier
LOT 205
"Montre bracelet Tank arrondie" 18K yellow gold gentleman's wristwatch Circa 1977
Rectangular shaped case with rounded corners, massive, polished, sapphire-set winding-crown, with 18K pink gold deployant clasp. White dial with painted radial Roman numerals. "Bton" blued steel hands. Rhodium plated, 9"' movement, signed Cartier, "fausses ctes" decoration, 17 jewels, lever escapement, monometallic balance adjusted to 6 positions, antishock system, self-compensating flat balance-spring. Measuring approx. 23 x 30 mm. Cartier Certificate of Authenticity N 2205.
Estimate: 6,000 CHF - 7,000 CHF
Estimate: 5,000 USD - 6,000 USD
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Tank Guichet (French for Digital Jumping Hour) First designed in 1928, this type of watch is one of various creations by Cartier drawn from the Tank, emboding two main features: the proportions, and the extended lugs with their unusual rounded outlines to which they owe their name "brancards" ("stretcher"). Several watches of this type were made, the winding-crown position being either at 12 or at 3 o'clock, and with hour and minute apertures of different forms.
The Magical Art of Cartier
19-11-1996
Sold including buyer's premium:
8,050 CHF