Buy TAG Heuer Monaco

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAW2111-0

Very good | 2014
$3,660

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2117

Very good
$3,020

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAW2111.FC6183

New | 2018
$3,940

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2111

New | 2019
$4,350

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2113

Very good | 2006
$3,280

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAW2111.FC6183

Very good
$3,430

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2111

Very good
$2,820

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAW2114

New | 2018
$4,790

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CS2110

Very good | 1998

Last sale price: $3,210

TAG Heuer

Monaco

73633B

Very good

Last sale price: $2,100

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2112

Very good

Last sale price: $2,270

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2118

Very good | 2007

Last sale price: $3,920

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW9110-0

Very good

Last sale price: $4,660

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAL2110.FC6257

Very good | 2011

Last sale price: $5,040

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2111

Good

Last sale price: $2,160

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2113

Very good | 2003

Last sale price: $3,320

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2111

Very good

Last sale price: $2,050

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2111

Very good

Last sale price: $2,930

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CW2113

Very good

Last sale price: $3,710

TAG Heuer

Monaco

CAW2114

Very good | 2016

Last sale price: $4,460

TAG Heuer Monaco – Steve McQueen’s Watch 

Launched in 1969, the Heuer Monaco was the first watch ever that sported a square water resistant case. It was equipped, along with new versions of the Heuer Carrera and Heuer Autavia, with the famed Caliber 11 — the world’s first Chronomatic automatic chronograph movement. Thus, this trio of Heuer watches was the very first family of automatic chronograph wristwatches. The Monaco’s square case measured 39mm with the pair of pushers on the right side of the case while the crown was on the left side. The dynamic square dial featured a circular track, two registers at 3 and 9 o’clock, and a date window at 6 o’clock.  The Heuer Monaco reference 1133’s distinct look garnered some attention when it was released, but just two short years later, it would be propelled into iconic status. 

McQueen’s Monaco

In 1971, Steve McQueen stared in the film Le Mans about the famous endurance auto race, 24 Hours of Le Mans. Playing a racecar driver, McQueen modeled his appearance on camera after Jo Siffert, a top racecar driver during the time and a Heuer ambassador. As such, McQueen dressed the part by slipping on a white tracksuit with the Heuer logo and strapping the Heuer Monaco 1133 on his wrist. This fateful wardrobe choice has forever associated the Monaco with the legendary actor and motorsports in general. The Heuer Monaco eventually disappeared from the Heuer’s catalog in the mid 1970s only to be later revived by TAG Heuer.

Modern TAG Heuer Monaco Watches

TAG Heuer brought back the Monaco watch in 1997 with the limited edition Monaco CS2110. Interestingly, the logo used on this particular watch was the old Heuer logo rather than the new TAG Heuer one. After a few years, the Monaco switched to TAG Heuer logo and the collection was fleshed out with a number of new models. In 2004, the automobile engine-inspired Monaco V4 was released where a caliber’s traditional wheels and pinions was replaced by belts and ball bearings. The Monaco 24 was introduced in 2009 in honor of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, which was clearly illustrated in the watch’s Gulf Oil racing colors. And in 2015, TAG Heuer unveiled the Monaco Caliber 11 “Steve McQueen” ref. CAW211P as a tribute to the celebrated watch in the film. The Monaco Grande Date collection, exclusively for ladies, is sized at 37mm with the option of diamonds. 

Buying Pre-Owned TAG Heuer Monaco Watches

With a rich heritage infused with watch innovations, celebrity status, and exciting motorsports, the TAG Heuer Monaco is not only a unique looking sports watch, but also one that is relevant in both pop culture and watchmaking history. An interesting addition to any collection, vintage Heuer Monaco chronographs, secondhand TAG Heuer Monaco Caliber 11 watches, and used Monaco Grande Date for ladies can all be had in the secondary market at great prices.