1970s Cartier Rare "Tank Chinoise" Cal.Fp-21 in 18K Yellow Gold
|Year of Manufacture||1970年代|
Cartier, rare "Tank Chinoise", Frederic Piguet Cal. FP-21 powered, 18 karat yellow gold, circa 1970s. A rare 1970s Cartier Tank Chinois model in 18k yellow gold, powered by a Frederic Piguet Cal. 21, first produced in 1922 which was inspired by the architectural designs of Chinese temples. It is equipped with the thin and beautifully finished Cal. FP21 movement by Frederic Piguet, which was also used in the Reverso of the same period. The watch comes with its original GF 18KYG D-buckle.
|Movement type||Manual winding|
|Material||18 karat yellow gold|
|Case type||Snapback non-waterproof|
|Type of Indices||Printed|
|Belt||Non-original belt (lug-width: 17mm) / Original 18 KYG GF buckle|
Case: minor scratches and age spots, but retains original case form. Dial: clean with no noticeable scratches or stains. Movements: No problems with winding. Accuracy is around 40 seconds per day.