Heuer. A stainless steel automatic chronograph bracelet watch Silverstone, Ref:110313 B, Case No.309216, Circa 1974

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Lot 43
Heuer. A stainless steel automatic chronograph bracelet watch Silverstone, Ref:110313 B, Case No.309216, Circa 1974

Sold for € 4,750 (US$ 5,327) inc. premium
Heuer. A stainless steel automatic chronograph bracelet watch
Silverstone, Ref:110313 B, Case No.309216, Circa 1974
17-jewel Cal.12 automatic movement signed on the bridge Heuer, blue dial, block hour markers on raised outer minute divisions, white baton hands with luminous inserts and white chronograph hand, date aperture at 6, subsidiary dials at 3 and 9 for 30 minute and 12 hour recording, brushed and polished shaped stainless steel case with screw down back signed Heuer Leonidas inside, Heuer signed crown at 9 with fluted chronograph pushers at 2 and 4, fitted stainless steel Heuer link bracelet with folding Heuer clasp, case, dial and movement signed
42mm.

Footnotes

  • The Silverstone was meant to be an iconic design successor for the square shaped Monaco and a blue dial edition first appeared in the 1974 Heuer catalogue worn by Clay Regazzoni while sitting in the Ferrari 312 T Formula 1 car. The blue dial Silverstone consequently became called the 'Regazzoni' by collectors and is very much sought after. The product life cycle of the Silverstone was rather short and after three years production ceased, it was last shown in the 1977 catalogue.

    The blue Silverstone offered here is with its original Heuer signed bracelet; exactly the same specification as worn by Clay Regazzoni. TAG Heuer has reissued the blue Silverstone to celebrate their 150th Anniversary in 2010.
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