Hi all, Watch was gifted to me by my father, worn by my grandfather - unfortunately I have no other information on the watch - It looks to be a Cartier Santos Dumont, but the back is unusual Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Part of the attraction that a brand like Cartier has, is the rich history of the company, especially since Cartier makes so good use of it, in their collections and since it is willing to open up on the past, by showing their vintage pieces at expositions
Hasitate. I am the same. I buy never on impuls. Study the lugs if i can change straps by myself. I study the movement. Study the price. Learning about a brand. I own no Cartier, but i saw serveral Cartiers who are nice to see. This model the Santos 100XL
A while ago I posted a thread that I had exchanged a CARTIER Santos 100 for a set of golf clubs The watch had pretty severe scratches I brought it to CARTIER for full service plus new strap. Unbelievable job it’s like new and I will wear it with great joy
Yesterday I saw this Santos offered at a second hand internet dealer. Really good looking Santos 100 with red numerals, that I have never seen before. The seller describes the watch as a Collection Privé, Cartier Paris item and shows the piece together wi
A friend of mine gave me this Santos 100 which he had worn few months and after which he had put it back in the box and left it in a drawer for many years. The cushion of the box had melted into the bracelet which was dried out. The case has many small sc
Still like to congratulate Cartier for the ingenious design on their Santos family....makes bracelet and strap changes so easy. Now I found a more affordable way to make my boss happy with 1-for-4 watches.
A a few more weeks and this new Santos Dumont will be available from the BTQ’s and AD’s. I really like this model and especially the historical details of the watch, like the bigger crown and stretched numerals. This is the bigger version of the two sizes