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Letting go of my it’s the blue/blue dial 73633 and given the long debate about the blue/blue Poormans Monaco. I can confirm it has the Villard/Edox/Bucherer type hands, watch is signed correctly including case back, crown and movement, serial number from 1972 and Heuer shield script is correct. I don’t believe it’s a modern redial iv had it for 10 years and always suspected these were service dials when Heuer stop producing the Monaco and remaining stocks were used to supplier customer watches to Bucherer etc but who knows.
Please read all the debates about this version and form your own opinion.
The watch it’s self is in nice used condition no big dings in the case, it’s serviced with a new plexi and seal, watch head only.
This is a genuine sale and price reflects the debate in these watches.
If genuinely interested please email for more pictures