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Lot No. 713 - c.2007 Tag Heuer Monaco

Sold for: £1,800


  48) In 1969 Heuer shook up the watchmaking tradition by creating the first-ever square, water-resistant case. Driven by the celebrated chronomatic calibre 11, the Monaco was also the world's first square automatic chronograph. It was only one year old when Steve McQueen chose to wear it in 'Le Mans', the famous car racing film and on the wrist of this major star it soon became an icon. The TAG Heuer Monaco was reintroduced in 1998 and has proven to be just as popular now as it ever was. This example has a Black dial with three sub dials, chrome hands and hour batons. The case is the traditional size and is made in stainless steel. It is finished with in a combination of polished and satin. The strap is black perforated  TAGHeuer and has a stainless steel deployant buckle. The movement is an ETA 2894, which is an automatic chronograph; these movements are reliable and tough, with parts available to most small independent jewellers. This legendary watch is the perfect addition for any car enthusiast.   

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