My wife’s vintage rank has these numbers hand stamped on the case back. The deployant buckle is in pink/yellow gold, hand stamped number 22859. Movement signed Cartier and was made by Audenars Piguet. Note that dial does not have SWISS or Paris.
Thank you for the picture of the Tank Normale. Interestingly enough, the seller only described the watch as being a 1960's tank. When I saw the numbers on the back, I thought they definitely did not look from the 1960's (aside from face and hands that cou
Take a look at this restored Platinum Tank Normale by Cartier as an example. Credit picture to watches by SJX Please come back and let us know what you found out from Cartier, it is quite a puzzle and interesting. By the way, what did the seller say about
Hello everyone, I am new to the forum. I have a question regarding a Cartier Tank. I am puzzled by the face, hands and numbers on the back. I was told it is from the 1960's, but it feels older than that, although I do not really know. Any help would be gr
Hello all, I have a very small wrist and prefer a pin buckle watch strap. The San Francisco Cartier boutique just informed me that they cannot custom made a watch strap for my Tank MC with a pin buckle for me. Is Camille Fournet Paris my next best alterna
Quite a unique watch is the Cartier Centre watch, that was re-launched in the Seventies for the last time. With its hidden crown, it was the inspiration, for the designers to come up with a same kind of winding crown, for the Tank Anglaise, where the crow