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All about Vintage Cartier watches
The French luxury brand Cartier started making wristwatches back in the early 20th century, becoming one of the first brands to ever produce wristwatches while the focus back than was on the famous pocket watches. With models like the Cartier Tank, Diabolo, Tonneau, Panthère and Roadster Cartier quickly made name in the luxury watch market.
Get your hands on a vintage Cartier watch
When you want to get your hand on a nice vintage timepiece, you might consider the Cartier collection of watches available for you on Wristler. These vintage Cartier watches contain the best stories, signs of wear and sometimes even brand-new (new old stock) watches. You can spend €1.000 all the way up to €50.0000 for a vintage Cartier watch, depending on your budget and needs for your new vintage timepiece.
The Cartier collection of vintage watches are highly coveted by enthusiasts, making them really popular. Prizes started rising a couple of years ago. For example, the well-known Cartier Tank. A couple of years ago you could easily get your hands on a well-maintained piece for around €1.000, while you have to pay at least twice that amount nowadays.
There are some other options when it comes to vintage Cartier watches, like the Cartier Santos. First developed for the Brazilian pilot Santos, Cartier released this watch in the early 20th century for de wider public. You can get your hands on a vintage Cartier Santos for around €3.000 up to €10.000 or more depending on the year of production of the watch.
Other pieces like the Cartier Tonneau and Diabolo are a bit more affordable, starting at roughly €2.500 up to €7.000 depending on the materials used and the state of the watch. There are some really amazing pieces in the history of Cartier, such as the Cartier Crash ‘Paris Platinum’. This watch has an oval shape but looks like its under water, featuring a platinum case and a leather bracelet. This vintage watch will cost you at least €450.000 when you’re lucky enough to get your hands on one.