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    Exclamation Cartier 18k gold electroplated swiss lady watch

    Hello Everyone,
    I was wondering if anyone here could help me out.
    I have a "Cartier" watch and I can't identify it online or elsewhere and have a few questions.

    I need to know if its real or fake.
    I need to know what make or model this is.. as I cant find it online at all.

    I cannot find serial number on it. All I can see is The Following -

    [on the back of the watch] 18k gold /electroplated/swiss

    [on the inside of the back plate] "choisi co" black ink? stamp", Swiss Made.

    [on the movements inside] Seventeen 17 jewels , R.muller , Swiss Unadjusted, (some kind of makers mark, remade in the picture below)

    I will post some (very bad quality pictures,sorry) of it so you can maybe have an idea of what it is by looking at it.

    Thank you for looking.
    Last edited by InquisitoR; 03-08-2011 at 05:16 PM.

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    Default Re: Cartier 18k gold electroplated swiss lady watch (By: InquisitoR)

    Most of these questions can be answered.The value question no.
    Top right main page no appraisals.
    One clock at a time. Kevin West

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    Default Re: Cartier 18k gold electroplated swiss lady watch (By: Kevin W.)

    Okay Sorry. I will Remove the value question from the original post if I can.

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    Default Re: Cartier 18k gold electroplated swiss lady watch (By: InquisitoR)

    Hi InquisitoR,

    sorry - ready for the trash can.

    No reputable company would ever mention the gold fraction of the plating;
    this is more common pratice of dupers. Cartier well used and uses large scale
    produced movements, and I'd not generally exclude an FHF movement, but
    all Cartiers I've ever seen had a Cartier signature on the movement.

    Regards, Roland Ranfft
    Identify your movement here

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