Our companion Jeff Stein from OnTheDash shows his vessels from Heuer. An astounding article with an outline of his Heuers with delightful close-up pictures and descriptions.
I admit I don’t realize that much about Heuer . There are other Fratelli that have more information about these. There are likewise sites like Jeff Stein’s OnTheDash. His site is viewed as the expert regarding the matter. I’ve had the delight to meet Jeff interestingly not very far in the past in Switzerland, yet we have referred to one another for any longer as we shared an old companion in common.
Vintage Heuer Grails
Jeff Stein likewise makes a few recommendations on options in contrast to every one of these chalices. He composed around 6000 words on the Heuer chalices and how to distinguish them. This will be an extraordinary guide on gathering vintage Heuers for some, aficionados out there. Stein’s meaning of vessels is intriguing. He characterizes it toward the beginning of the guide:
- the model should be very rare;
- the watch should have a solid and wide continuing in the community;
- it should be achievable by the lover collector.
Based on these three models (which he characterizes in detail in the article), he shows an outline of great vessel Heuer watches.
The List of 16
The list is noteworthy, and it’s very some nourishment for vintage Heuer gatherers. A rundown like this, with the inside and out portrayals of each model, makes it more organized for gatherers. It gives them some direction like Moonwatch Only provides for Speedmaster collectors.
- Three Register, Black Chronograph, Waterproof — Ref 2447 N (1940s/50s)
- Triple Calendar Chronograph, Waterproof – Ref 2547 (1940s/50s)
- The “Enormous Subs” Autavias (1962)
- Abercrombie & Fitch Seafarer, in Carrera Case, Ref 2447 (1965)
- “Yachting” Carrera, Ref 2447 (1964)
- The Black Tachy Carrera – Ref 2447 NT (1965)
- The Chronographs with Racing Logos
- The “Skipperrera” (1968)
- Autavia GMT – Screw-back Model (1968)
- Camaro 18 Karat Gold – Ref 7228
- Carrera, Three Register Panda – Ref 2447 SN (1968)
- The Chronomatics (1969)
- 18 Karat Gold Automatic Carrera – Ref 1158 (1969 to 1985)
- “Exotic” Autavia — Ref 1563 (1972)
- Yachting Carrera, Reference 1153 BN (1974)
- Monaco in Black-Coated Case (the “Dim Lord”) (1975)
As said, my insight into vintage Heuer is restricted and I can just bring up what model I like best. At the point when I just began gathering watches, the Monaco 1133 models had some impact on me. However, in the wake of wearing a Monaco, I was immediately recuperated. A rectangular watch isn’t for me. My pick from Jeff Stein’s rundown of vintage Heuer chalices would be no. 9, the Heuer Autavia GMT 2446 (1968). That watch advances to me the most from these Heuers.
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