Did you know that the 1970s Cartier ''Le Must'' was not the first gold coated Cartier watch!? It's a history that has gone unnoticed for all these years, even by Cartier, willingly or unwillingly may some argue. Why are these watches not mentioned in the Cartier books? It seems that almost all Carti
Oversized Cartier Stepped Tank Jumbo 15716 next to a Rolex Submariner 16618 for size comparison. Only produced for a couple years from 1974 until it was discontinued in 1976. Only 2500 pieces of the ref: 15716 were ever made. Love it.
Finding references for some vintage Cartier watches can be difficult, and the rarer models can be overlooked duo the lack of information. I'm planning to post some references and knowledge I have on certain vintage Cartier watches, and I will start with one of my favorite and most overlooked Cartier
The Sleeper - Vintage 1970s Cartier Tank Stepped ref: 15716 / 1543 AKA Cristallor Jumbo XL Finding references for some vintage Cartier watches can be difficult. I'm planning to post some references on certain vintage Cartier watches and I will start with one of my favorites. The rare 1970s Cartier T
Nice find! Luckily you bought the rarer version of the 1970s Stepped Cartier Tank. Cartier This model is a PRE-Must De Cartier with a gilded brass alloy back-plate and solid silver vermeil gilded front case and is referred to as the Tank Stepped (NY) with the Ref: 15716 made circa 1975 in the Cartie