Where Sell Cartier Watch | Cartier Watch Buyer – Las Vegas & Henderson NV
Sell Cartier Watch
A lot of people don’t know that when you just let your watch collection sit unused, they collect dust. So don’t let your Cartier watches collect dust – that’s just sad – sell your Cartier watch. Where to sell Cartier watches, you ask? Sell them to the best Cartier watch buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson, NV.
Where to Sell Cartier Watch
So you’ve decided to sell your watch and find yourself asking where to sell Cartier watch? There are many options, and you may sell them online or through a reputable buyer like Nevada Coin Mart.
Our process is very simple, visit our store at 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103, tell the security guard you are looking to sell your Cartier watch. Get a free evaluation of your timepiece and receive an offer. It is simple, hassle-free, safe, and secure.
Cartier Watch Buyer
Do you have pre-owned Cartier Watches that you’re not using anymore and want them out of your hands? We’ll be happy to take them from you and even pay you for them! Here at Nevada Coin Mart, we are the #1 Cartier Watch Buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. We buy all Cartier watches, both modern and vintage pieces.
We are open 365 times a year from 9 am to 6 pm, so come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.
Louis-François Cartier founded Cartier in 1847 after finishing his apprenticeship with master watchmaker Adolphe Picard. Louis-François also took over Adolphe’s workshop, which was located in 29 Rue Montorgueil, Paris. When Louis-François took over the workshop, he built a name for himself by creating jewelry that satisfied the extravagant taste of Europeans. He also became Princess Mathilde’s (Napoleon III’s cousin) favorite jewelry maker.
Alfred Cartier Louis-François’s son took over the family business in 1874. And in 1898, the company moved to 13 Rue de la Paix, where the business still operates today. Rue de la Paix is located on one of Paris’ luxurious shopping streets, an excellent Cartier boutique location. As Cartier quickly gained international recognition, it also opened boutiques in London in 1902 and New York in 1909 to cater to the rapidly growing affluent population.
In 1899, Louis-François managed the Paris branch, where he also designed wristwatches and mystery clocks, and Art Deco designs even influenced some.
Pierre Cartier managed the business until he died in 1964. His nephews Jean-Jacques, Claude, and his daughter Marion – who manages the Cartier business in London, New York, and Paris – decided to sell the businesses.
Robert Hocq and a group of investors bought Cartier Paris in 1972. The group also bought Cartier London and Cartier New York in 1974 and 1976, respectively.
Today, Cartier remains to be synonymous with luxury jewelry and watches.
Cartier watches came into inception when Alberto Santos-Dumont, a Brazilian pilot, told Louis Cartier about how pocket watches are undependable when flying. Louis then thought of ways to make timekeeping easier when flying. He then created Cartier’s first wristwatch, which was smaller, flat, and has a unique square bezel. The wristwatch was named “Santos” for Alberto Santos-Dumont. Cartier signed an agreement with Edmond Jaeger of Jaeger LeCoultre to exclusively make watch movements for Cartier.
Popular Cartier Watches
Cartier watches are very popular amongst young women, especially the Ballon Bleu mode. Below are the top five most popular Cartier watches for women:
- Ballon de Bleu de Cartier
- Cartier Tank Anglaise
- Cartier Tank Solo
- Cle de Cartier
- Ronde Solo de Carter
Cartier watches are also popular amongst men of finer tastes. Below are the top five most popular Cartier watches for men:
- Caliber de Cartier
- Cartier Tank
- Drive de Cartier
- Rotonde de Cartier
- Santos de Cartier