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I will give you the generic answer as I have not actually removed a Cartier buckle. Most buckles use a small bar called a spring bar that goes through the band and "tang". The ends of the bar are like a plunger in that with a small fork like instrument or small screw driver you can collapse the bar and move it out of the clasp. The rest is very obvious. Replacement is the opposite of removal. A fairly simple procedure for most people.

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