help Have Recently Inherited A Cartier Pocket Watch

The watch actually comes in three sizes, but the movement is the same in all of them. They called the movement Polyplan because it’s in three dimensions. The shape of the movement rises at about a 35-degree angle, plateaus to a flat surface, and then drops off again at about a 35-degree angle on the other end. It’s made that way to fit the shape of your wrist—the watch wraps around it. Now I’ve been lucky enough to have George discuss collecting Cartier here with us on Longitude. I turn you over to him.

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Another difference is the small writing on the bottom of the dial, the writing that says “Swiss Made” on the original watch. However, the replica doesn’t feature that writing, but it is so small people wouldn’t probably notice it and just a watch connoisseur would realize that it is a replica. Another difference can be seen on the chronographs and it’s nothing related to the numbers printed on them, but something about the overall look they have. It seems that the chronographs on the original watch stand out more because they are engraved in the face of the watch, rather than just painted like on the replica watch.

I didn’t take any when the case was off and I don’t have a screwdriver to fit it. Anyone know what size those little side-screws take?? I have seen many mechanical fake Cartier. The movements are marked Cartier, and it is the same movement Carier used. But the cases are very poor quality. About it being all speculative, I agree with you, except when the example has a very poor quality case. Or the newer examples, where markings are standardized, and are pretty agreed are real by the people that buy and sell them.

The “335″ is another iconic Tavannes model, introduced in the late 1920s, and named for the movement Caliber inside the watch. The elongated movement allowed for a more streamlined case, and room for a longer mainspring which gave the watch a three-day running time, an amazing feat for its day about Cartier and the Art Deco style that Aaron Rubin a fellow Art Deco Society member did a wonderful job at. When it comes to a lecture even the most interesting subject can be boring if not presented well. But, Aaron had no problem presenting the lecture in a interesting and extremely enjoyable way.