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Re: Monaco dial
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Hello and welcome.

I'm not sure where you can find such a dial (the original vintage one, not the reissue).

Chronotraders Sales forum is a place to start.

Heuer headquarters in Switzerland is another possibile source of such a dial. Your local Heuer service agent can send the watch to them. Excpect to pay over 350 euro if you also do a required movement service (cleaning etc.).

A new old stock "McQueen" dial was recently sold on ebay for over $1,000.

: Glad I found this forum. Does anybody know
: where I can obtain a (Steve McQueen)Monaco,
: blue, two register, date at 6, basically any
: condition DIAL? Mine was lost when I sent it
: to be refinished. The watch is a nice
: original stem at the left side-pushers on
: the right side of the case style Monaco. It
: just doesn't look right without a dial.
: Seriously, can anyone help me???

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