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
Credit pictures: Monaco Legend Group. According to them, it is a piece unique in platinum. Reference 2843J. The only other Tank Cintrée I know is this one, belonging to our dear Geo: As you can see, they are very close. The numbers are different, of cours
Last week when I visited the Cartier Boutique in New Bond, I saw finally the new Tank Louis Cartier on bracelet. This watch was announced in 2018, in pink gold, at the SIHH, but only the version on strap was delivered, in very small quantities. I was luck
The origin of Cartier’s most bizarre watch ever dates back to 1967. There are a couple of frightening, unconfirmed stories about the way the watch came to life, both of which took place in London. One is about a lady who brought her Baignoire watch in for
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