Joseph Allgood

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Template:Infobox MP Joseph William Allgood (born January 1922[1]) is the former vice-chairman and director of Cartier.[2][3] He was succeeded by Arnaud Bamberger in 1993.[4]

Career

Prior to Cartier, Allgood was a Gunner in the Royal Artillery,[5] He subsequently joined Cartier becoming vice chairman and eventually managing director in 1991 until 1993.[6] Whilst vice-chairman of Cartier, Allgood appeared on Wogan in 1990 along with guests, Donald Trump and his wife, Ivana Zelníčková and Dame Enda Everage.[7] In July 1981, 3 armed robbers broke into Cartier on New Bond Street, London fleeing with approximately £2 million in 1981 (£7.5 million in 2016), seriously injuring 2 guards in the process.[8] During Allgood’s term at Cartier, the Joseph Allgood Cartier Assistants’ Tournament each held each year, most noticeably being won by professional golfer Colin Gillies at Gleddoch.[9]

Works

  • Cartier: The Jewellers to Kings.[10]

References