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Hi, I recently picked up a Cartier tank at a local antique shop and I don't know if its real. The watch appears to be from the 1960's however the movement is Jules Jurgensen 17 jewels. It fits perfectly in the case but I don't know if Jules Jurgensen ever made movements for Cartier or if this is a replacement/ fake.

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Cartier used movements from various watch movement manufacturers up until about 2005 but, as srgray stated, without a photo of the watch dial, case back and the movement inside there wont be much else we can help with.
 

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Hi, I recently picked up a Cartier tank at a local antique shop and I don't know if its real. The watch appears to be from the 1960's however the movement is Jules Jurgensen 17 jewels. It fits perfectly in the case but I don't know if Jules Jurgensen ever made movements for Cartier or if this is a replacement/ fake.

Any input is helpful, thanks!
Update: sorry about the lack of pictures. I'm now 99% sure its fake lol no signatures on the dial.
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Given the condition of the 'gold coloured' plating on the case I'm inclined to agree that its likely a fake but to be honest i cant read the writing or serial # of the movement. Also, is there any sort of markings below the balance wheel ? Any markings on the inside of the case back ?
 
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