Heuer Auto-Graph

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Heuer Auto-Graph
© Heuer

The Auto-Graph is a wristwatch by Heuer.

Classic wrist chronograph by Heuer, which was produced between 1953 and 1954 and bore on the dial the company name of the Heuer US distributor, Abercrombie & Fitch. This watch was equipped with the manual winding movement Valjoux 72C and was characterized by a whole range by measuring and computing facilities, even with the possibility to calculate the fuel consumption during car trips or the counting of golf shots. Meanwhile, it is a very sought after collector's item.

Movement:

Manual winding chronograph movement Valjoux 72C, 18,000 A/h
17 jewels
Power reserve ? h

Case:

Stainless steel
Ø 35.5 mm, H ? mm
Acrylic glass
Lift-up lid bottom

Dial:

White
Colored numerals and indices
Indices and hands with luminous material

Functions:

Hours, minutes, small seconds
Chronograph: 12-hours, 30-minutes and central 60-seconds counter, accuracy 1/5 second
Additional scale for speed measurements and for telephone calls
Counter for gas mileage, optionally also for golf shots

Bracelet:

Leather strap

Prize:

Collectors items depending on the state approx. 6000 €