Fundacion Pro-Integracion Posted October 8, 2020 Share Posted October 8, 2020 (edited) The donor tells us that this is a replica of the famous Pasha watch by Cartier. The origin of the Pasha de Cartier begins in 1931 or 32, when The Pasha of Marrakesh, Thami El Glaoui, ordered a one-of-a-kind watch from Louis Cartier. A gold watch, resilient enough to keep pace with the Pasha’s active lifestyle, and one that could boast a level of water-resistance that was uncommon for the time. The solution was a watch with a (comparatively) large diameter, a crown cover and metal grid to protect the dial. This is the legend and is substantiated only by a photograph from 1943 of a watch that does look quite a lot like the modern Cartier The watch comes in a nice box and is in excellent condition needing only a new battery to be fully operational. It would make a nice Christmas present for your favorite male friend (or son) or yourself. The Boquete Handicap Foundation would like to sell this handsome watch for $60. No tax; no shipping costs. Email Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org or text WhatsAp 6510-8934. Edited October 9, 2020 by Fundacion Pro-Integracion Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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