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Posted 2 years ago

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I need to find out a little more about this watch. It has been passed down he family. All I can identify is it is a Cartier watch with Le Coultre movement (19 jewels). How can I identify or authenticate? Worth?

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  1. Klucinecw, 2 years ago
    Should there be any identifying marks?
  2. Klucinecw, 2 years ago
    Hopefully, these pictures are a little better. Sorry.
  3. Klucinecw, 2 years ago
    Can not find information on Lecoultre movement and Cartier pendant. Much info on the movements describes jaeger/Lecoultre. Did Cartier have movements with just Le Coultre 1907-1937.? Thx. For help. Learning a lot. Fun.
  4. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 2 years ago
    Cartier did sign an agreement in 1907 with Jeager/LeCoultre to be the exclusive supplier of movements for their watches. Cartier was a famous jeweler and not a watchmaker per-say. You have a very nice watch and a piece of history.

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