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:I would like to get a new old stock dial for this chronograph.Any idea ?
by the way
the Valjoux grade 69 movement is signed Ed Heuer & Co.
Thank you for your help
Enrico posted the following message:
: I have a Heuer 2 register small screw back
: stainless steel case, round pushers. The
: movement is a 10 1/2 lign Valjoux grade 69.
: Information please.
: and Bruce posted the following reply:
: This is a very rare watch and is quite valuable
: (even in Heuer terms), I believe it is a
: ladies chronograph and made in the 40s.
: Normally these watches have a snap back 3 part
: case with oval pushers set at a slightly
: strange angle in the case, so yours may be
: slightly later, perhaps 50s.
: I also understand that Heuer manufactured this
: watch for Rolex (like the tridate).
: Consequently Heuer versions are rare because
: they tend to be used to make the massively
: more valuable Rolex version.
: Does anyone know any more?
: please post a pic of the watch and I will try
: to dig out a picture too.
: . . . and now we have some photographs:
: THANKS GUYS!!
: It's very interesting to see this chronograph.