• Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12
  • Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12

Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12, blue tropical dial and papers

Brand:Heuer
Model:Daytona 110.203B
Year:1970’s
Material:Stainless Steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:39mm
Size - length including lugs:43mm
Condition:Very good
Price:$3,250

Beautiful Heuer Daytona 110.203B with Caliber 12, blue tropical dial and papers

Lovely Heuer Daytona with caliber 12 with round blue tropical dial. Batons represent each five minutes. The watch has two sub dials, one at 3 o’clock with the minutes and one at 9 o’clock for the hours as well as a graduated tachymetre up to 500. The date is at 6 o’clock. The watch has pencil hands. The luminous are fine. The crown has the Heuer logo. It is a back screw case with reference numbers R110-203B and 332162. The watch has an automatic movement with caliber 12 and 17 jewels. It is a stainless steel band with a Heuer clasp buckle. The watch comes with the original warranty booklet

History

The company was founded by Edouard Heuer in 1860 in opening a watch comptoir (dealership) in Saint Imier. In 1864, he moves to Bienne with a signed “E Heuer & Compagnie”. 1869, he applied for a patent for an “Independent crown-winding system”. In 1880, he is the first watch producer to start on the series production of chronographs. In 1910 Heuer creates the “doctor’s chronograph with pulsometer. In 1916 Heuer register a patent for the “Microsplit”. 1930, Heuer patented the design of waterproof case. 1949 comes the “Solunar” and the magic “Carrera” in 1963. 1964, Heuer merged with Leonidas S.A. Since 1999, the company is owned by the LVMH Group. In 2006, the “Carrera 360” took up the mantle of the “Microsplit”, a stopwatch accurate to 1/100th of a second.

Technical details

Automatic movement with caliber 12, 17 jewels, and 21,600 bph.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 34mm
Length including lugs: 432mm

Price: $3,250