Privee Collection Tortue Monopoussoir Chronograph 18K Yellow Gold
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(42057) Cartier W1543551 Privee Collection Tortue Monopoussoir Chronograph, 18k yellow gold on a strap with an 18k yellow gold deployant buckle, manual wind Caliber 045MC movement, silver guilloche dial with black Roman numerals, blued steel hands, display back, size: 34mm x 43mm (including lugs), thickness: 10.5mm, sapphire crystal, water resistant. Like New with Cartier Box and Cartier Service papers from 2019..
$47,400See More Pictures
(42016) Cartier Tortue,white Gold on a strap with an white gold Gold deployant buckle, manual wind Cartier caliber 430 MC, silver matte dial with black Roman numerals, steel blued hands, size: 36mm x 44.5mm (including lugs), Thickness: 7mm, sapphire crystal, water resistant, Like New with Box and Papers dated August of 2021.
$18,000See More Pictures
(42340) Cartier Tonneau Cintree WGTN0006, rose gold case with an 18k rose gold pin buckle, manual wind Cartier Caliber 1917MC, silver dial with black painted roman numerals, blue sapphire crown, sapphire crystal, size: 46.3mm x 23mm (including lugs), thickness: 7.2mm. Excellent Condition with Cartier box and papers dated July of 2021.
$18,900See More Pictures
(42465) Cartier W20073X8 Santos 100, stainless steel on a strap with a stainless steel double fold over buckle, automatic movement, silver dial, black roman numerals, center sweep second hand, luminescent hands, sapphire crystal, water resistant, size 38mm x 51mm including lugs, thickness 10.1mm, Like New with Box and papers dated August of 2007.
$4,300See More Pictures
(42445) Cartier 2496C Privee Collection Tortue, 18k yellow gold on a strap with an 18k yellow gold deployant buckle, manual wind Cartier movement (437MC), silver guilloche dial with black Roman numerals, steel blued hands, display back, size: 34 mm x 42mm, Thickness: 9.5mm, sapphire crystal, display-back, water resistant. Like New with Cartier Privee box.
$15,500See More Pictures
(42356) Cartier 2496C Privee Collection Tortue, 18k yellow Gold on a strap with an 18k yellow Gold deployant buckle, manual wind Movement (437MC), silver guilloche dial with black Roman numerals, steel blued hands, display back, size: 34 mm x 34mm, Thickness: 9.5mm, sapphire crystal, display-back, water resistant.
$16,500See More Pictures
(40344) Cartier Tank Cintrée 150th Anniversary Limited Edition to 150 Pieces WGTA0057, 18k yellow gold large and rectangular curved case on a strap with an 18K yellow gold tang buckle, iconic dial design with exploding Roman numeral indices, chemin-de-fer minute track, blued steel Breguet hands, cabochon sapphire-set winding-crown, manual-wind ultra-thin Cal. 9780 MC movement, rhodium-plated, the bridges decorated with the Cartier ...
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(41430) Cartier Prive Collection WHCC0003 Cloche de Cartier Skeleton, Limited Edition of 50 total pieces, platinum on an alligator strap with a platinum tang buckle, manual wind open worked Cartier caliber 9626 MC, 38-hour power reserve, open worked skeleton dial with Roman numeral hour markers at 12, 3, 6, and 9, blued steel hands, sapphire crystal, diameter 38.17mm x 28.75mm, thickness: 6.7mm. Unworn with Cartier box, loupe, addi...
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Cartier is currently owned by the Swiss Richemont Group. After its founding in 1874 and decades of success under the control of the Cartier family, the brand found itself struggling and on the edge of bankruptcy. In 1964, the Cartier affiliates in London, New York, and Paris were sold to various investors by the great-grandchildren of founder Louis Cartier. Eventually, after years of consolidation, a group of French investors called the Monde Group managed to purchase all three affiliates and reunited the three separate houses. In 1993, the Monde Group merged with several other luxury brands, ultimately forming the base for what we now know today as the Swiss Richemont Group.
Cartier produces between 450,000 and 500,000 watches each year. The company ranks third in terms of total market share, behind Rolex and Omega, with 6.7 percent of the total market.
During the late 1970’s, Cartier introduced a line of affordable watches and jewelry known as “Must De Cartier”. Utilizing gold-plated sterling silver cases, simple dials, and basic manual wind movements, Cartier was able to significantly reduce manufacturing costs. The affordable price points made the Must de Cartier line an overnight success, but after a time, the value focused sub-brand began to de-value the overall image of the Cartier brand. In an effort to revitalize its luxury prestige, they began working on a project known as the Collection Priveé Cartier Paris, in short, “CPCP”. It was a collection of exceptional, and limited quantity precious metal watches produced by the Maison de Paris from 1998 to 2008. These watches were a callback to the bespoke luxury that Cartier built its long standing reputation on in the early 20th century. Watchmakers from various respected brands were contracted to make calibers for the CPCP. These movements were then finished to a high degree and cased in “classic” Cartier designs strictly in precious metal. At just 100-150 pieces per run, the CPCP Cartier watches have become highly collectible.
The Cartier Tank first appeared in 1917 when Louis Cartier presented a timepiece to John J. Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I. The Renault FT-17 infantry tank used in the First World War was the inspiration for Louis' wristwatch. A rectangular dial wedged between lugs that extend beyond the dial to receive a leather band, there is an immediate link when comparing this to the shape of the FT-17. The Cartier tank is a classic design that has stood the test of time and is the most popular model from the company.
Cartier was founded by Louis Francois Cartier in Paris in 1847. Passed on to Louis’ son Alfred in 1874, and then to Alfred’s sons Louis, Pierre and Jacques after that, it was the third generation of Cartier’s who were responsible for globalizing the brand. Following Pierre's death in 1964, the Cartier affiliates in London, New York, and Paris were sold to various investors. The company went through a series of ownership groups and investors and is now a part of the Richemont Group.