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Vintage Heuer Catalogues

1968/ 69 Catalogue

1977 Catalogue

1978 Catalogue

1979 Catalogue

1983 Catalogue

1985 Catalogue

1985/ 6 Catalogue

TAG Heuer Annual Catalogues

1986 Catalogue

1987 Catalogue

1987/8 Catalogue

1988 Catalogue

1989 Catalogue

1990 Selection

1990 Chronographs

1991 Catalogue

1991 Selection

1992/ 3 Catalogue

1993/4 Selection

1994/5 Highlights

1994/5 Selection

1995/ 6 Selection

1996 Catalogue

1997 Catalogue

1999 Catalogue

1999 Dealer Catalogue

2000 Catalogue

2001 Catalogue

2002/3 Catalogue

2004 Catalogue

2005 Catalogue

2006/ 7 Catalogue

2008/9 Catalogue

2009/10 Catalogue

2010/11 Catalogue

2011/12 Catalogue

2012/ 2013 Catalogue

2013/ 2014 Catalogue

2013/ 2014 Update

2014 Catalogue

2014/ 2015 Catalogue

TAG Heuer Series Catalogues

TAG Heuer Price Lists


Many of these catalogues were scanned or borrowed from collectors all around the world- many thanks to those that have helped share the knowledge.

  • mark shilaff

    Excellent! Very cool!

  • Mark

    Nice work David (and a lot of it too, I bet)! I think I have a few more than that, will check my pile. I know for certain I have several Grand Carrera ones that aren't there.

    If you'd be interested, I also have price lists for some of the ones you've scanned too – always useful from an historic perspective, I've found. They'll be in GBP but it's easy enough to find historic exchange rates too.

  • DC

    Thanks Marks.

    Mark Moss: Thanks for the offer. I have a couple of price lists too….I might make these a separate section.


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  • Philmo


    What a thoughtful piece of work.

    This will give me,and I'm sure, many others, pleasurable browsing and useful referencing well into the decade, never mind the new year!

    Best regards


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  • Stephen


  • DrDJRL

    Hi David,

    In the 2006/07 Catalogue, there's a full page photo of a Monaco Calibre 360 (Picture: Scans010).

    The current version of this model – the Monaco LS – differs slightly in that the newer model (LS) has the date at 12 o'clock, whereas the Cal360 has a power meter, some minor changes to the colour-way and sclaes, and the movement is different (Calibre 12 vs Calibre 360)…

    I'd appreciate your opinion regarding the merits of these two watches, especially the change of movement between the models, as I think I'm tending towards preferring the Cal360 over the LS, which I imagine would be harder to come across…?

    I hope you're well?


  • DC

    Hi Daniel,

    The Monaco 360 LS never made it past the concept stage, because TH stopped work on the Calibre 360 and instead focused on the Mikrograph.

    None were ever made, but the Calibre 12 Monaco LS borrowed the style of the concept watch…so it's the only choice!



  • DrDJRL

    Hi David.

    Thanks for your reply. I had a feeling that you might say something along those lines…

    Interestingly, after writing to you I continued my 'research' on the official TAG Heuer website, where they have a page on the Cal12 Monaco LS. The watch pictured was is the current Cal 12 LS, but the blurb explaining all the various features kept referring to it as a Monaco Cal360 LS!

    Clearly, someone else at TH wishes they'd actual made some, too!

    Oh well… I'm sure the Cal 12 will grow on me!



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  • http://www.calibre11.com David Chalmers

    Thanks Luis- which one (s)?


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  • Raymond Co

    Hi David

    what is the exact model name of the scan006-scan007 watch. model number Wn1110.BA0311,

    2nd question why is it that at the back of my watch the model number is wn1110.ae9994?



  • Rahul

    Hi can you please tell me the model no and approx price for the tag heuer mikrogirder 2000.. i.e 1/2000 or 5/10000. I have seen and am looking for the one with black dial and steel belt with 2000 written in orange at 12oclock. I have seen it on an acquaintance.

    Itl be a great help. Thanks. :)

    • http://www.calibre11.com David Chalmers

      Hi Rahul, there is only one version of the Mikrogirder that has been launched, and only a handful have been built. I believe the price is CHF 150,000 (Swiss Francs).


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  • edgar

    I really like the vintage look. Now in days is hard to find a watch like that. To many bling bling.

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  • Remy

    hello, few weeks ago i bought tag heuer Monaco automatic watch. Black time screen inside, orange and blue stripes, metal bracelet. At a back there is numbers 364.013. Swizz since 1860. Just want to know fake or not. Thank you for comments.

  • http://www.calibre11.com Calibre 11

    Impossible to be sure without a photo…but from the description, it sounds like a replica.

  • Cecil (Bill) Marty

    What is the diameter and thickness of the Heuer Autavia GMT sapphire crystal? Does the bezel insert glue on? Do the currently available replacement bezel inserts fit without modification?
    Cheers and Best Regards,
    Bill M

  • Beth

    How do I find the original cost of my Tag? I can't seem to find the watch anywhere using the serial number but it's a waf1424 Aquaracer, probably purchased between 2003 – 2006. I can't recall the exact date but see the Aquaracer I have looks very similar to the one in the 2006 catalog…. help please?

  • http://www.calibre11.com Calibre 11

    Not sure Beth- sorry, but don't have those price lists


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  • Gary

    I'm wondering if you could put an approximate date on my Link Calibre 16? It has the day/date at 3:00, it has Calibre 16 and Automatic 200 meters below the day/date. Thank you for any help as I could not find it in any of the catalogs.

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  • Adrian

    Hi, anyone know where I can find an original price list from 1989 or 1990?

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  • Don

    Hi, Have an Audi Sport vintage heuer coming up for sale once my complaint with Tag of Manchester is sorted, the problem being is with my Vintage package service.
    Have had the watch 25 years plus. Had it serviced three times, but this time was for the glass change new heuer crown and vintage package service via Switzerland to bring the watch back to its original condition or working order, have waited 5 months. With the bill and history to prove and a lovely looking watch before and after service will be passing it on. It will remain in the box they provide once completed.
    The complaint with Tag of Manchester will last about 10 days then will know the out come, but for now the watch is with Westfield’s of London and greatly missed.
    Cheers Don

    • calibre11

      Hi Don. What’s the issue with the watch/ complaint? Do you have the original box? Sounds like you bought it new?


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  • Adam

    Hello, I’m searching for a catalog that shows the Heuer (Pre-TAG) versions of 989.106 and 989.113. And also have a question – out of all the L (full lume) editions of Heuers (981.106/113, 982.106/113, 989.106/113, 980.032), the 980.108/113/115 edition or series is the only one out of the full Lume compliment that seems to have just the Ladies 28mm, Men’s 38mm and midsize 38mm, but no Men’s 42mm. Just using the sequence of numbers 980.106 would have been the make for a Men’s 42mm version of this watch. What gives? Was there ever one made and just not released? Sorry for being the conspiracy theorist. If there is one, I would like to buy it.

    • calibre11

      Hi Adam,

      The catalogue that you want is the 1985 Catalogue- attached is a shot of the two watches (sourced from http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6057/6295350507_65cf5f4fc7_z.jpg).

      I believe that it’s only in 1985 that the “1000” appeared on the dial- it doesn’t in 1984 and by the time we get to 1986 we start seeing TAG Heuer on the dial- so Heuer and 1000 = 1985.

      Do you mean a Pewter 42mm model with a lume dial? Is so, the reference is 982.106- see here: https://heuerville.wordpress.com/tag/heuer-982-106/


      • Adam

        Thanks dc, very nice observation on the ‘1000’ marking. I had not noticed that. I recently got my hands on a perfect, mint condition 982.106 and was just curious as to the difference since they look exactly the same.

        Any thoughts on my question regarding the 980.108/113/115 series not having a 106 42mm extension like the other full lumes (minus the 980.031 of course)



  • Adrian

    In which catalog can I find the S/EL automatic models? Not the chronometers.