An immaculate coin edge platinum polished hunting case believed to be from 1920-1925 signed Cartier. The case features intricate details such as the complex coin edge rivets found on the exterior, the inner case is flushed with a lovely clous de paris guilloche as well as a stepped case. The raw and exorbitant finishes contrast throughout the piece, we believe this is potentially unique to the platinum examples. The engine-turned dial boast Cartiers artisanal side and the blue steel Breguet hands are finished superbly. The hands display signs of wear and patina, which is completely understandable for a piece of this age. The movement is signed ‘Cartier Paris’ and features a unique configuration in terms of the going train featuring 20 jewels and adjusted to eight positions, it is believed to be made by Le Coultre.