Watches of Knightsbridge

Cartier Paris Tank Louis Automatique 17011

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£13,000.00 + VAT
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  • Cartier Paris Tank Louis Automatique reference 17011 in 18k yellow gold from the late 1970s. This very rare reference is often referred to as the “Jumbo” or XL Tank as they are larger than the classic manual wind Tank Louis. This reference differs from the 17002 as it measures slightly more narrow. The case measures 35.5mm by 25.5mm and houses an automatic cal. 2670 movement. The watch features its original white lacquered Paris-signed dial which has some light crazing to the surface. The watch comes with its original 18k yellow gold deployment clasp.

    £13,000.00 + VAT
    For enquires contact

    Year 1970s
    Reference 17011
    Case Material 18K Yellow Gold
    Caliber/movement Automatic cal. 2670
    Case Diameter 33.5mm X 25.5mm
    Strap Black Saffiano W/ Cartier 18K Gold Deployant Clasp
    Clasp material Gold Deployment Clasp
    Crystal Glass
    Dial White
    Conditon Good
    Box/Paperwork Cartier Pouch
  • Case

    18K Yellow-Gold, 33.5mm by 25.5m


    Paris signed - White

    Dial Numerals

    Roman numerals

  • Bezel Material 

    18K Yellow-Gold


    Sapphire crystal 

    Bracelet Material


    Bracelet Color




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Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

Earlier this year, after an exclusive launch event hosted by Alessandro Palazzi at The Dukes Hotel Bar, saw the beginning of a new partnership between The Rake and Watches of Knightsbridge.

Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

The family’s flair for trading objets d’art started over 50 years ago at No. 91 Portobello Road, the antiques shop owned by Morris Sutton. His son, and co-founder of Watches of Knightsbridge Simon Sutton initially pursued a career as a professional downhill skier, but soon followed his father into the antiques trade. However, it was Simon’s passion for rare timepieces, that in his 20s led to him branching out as a watch dealer. And his son, Toby shares the same enthusiasm for vintage watches, together founding Watches of Knightsbridge in 2011.

Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

A successful auction house, with an impressive showroom, Watches of Knightsbridge has also built a worldwide reputation when it comes to curating exceptional vintage timepieces for direct sales. Trust is key in a market that is often unregulated – and with each watch coming with a guarantee of authenticity certificate and the watch register certificate – it provides the buyer with solid protection.