The Monaco Grand Prix kicks off on May 26, and amidst the high octane and hairpin turns, it’s widely expected that we’re going to get some sort of announcement from TAG Heuer that’s celebrating the 50th anniversary of what’s arguably TAG Heuer’s most famous watch, the Monaco.
And while we can’t be sure about details like the dial and other specifics, we can be pretty sure that it will be a chronograph, and certain that the case will be square. And while we’ve certainly looked at some of the greatest modern Monacos, our work doesn’t have a patch on Calibre 11, who have assembled an exceptionally comprehensive guide to the vintage Heuer Monaco. The backstory and the finer details in the Monaco story are well worth a read.
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