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Need to find style name for my cartier watch!!!

I DID BUY LAST WEEK A CARTIER WATCH IN A PAWN SHOP,AND I NEED TO KNOW THE STYLE NUMBER.,IS 18KT YELLOW GOLD WOMENS WATCH EXTRA SMALL,AND IT HAS THIS NUMBER AT THE BACK # C29191.,IS HAND WIND TOO.,PLEASE A NEED TO KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND THE NAME FOR THIS WATCH,AND WHAT THOSE NUMBERS MEANS.,THANKS A LOT...FABIANA

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