Wow, that does look great. Still don’t understand why the dial is described as beige.
With this one at least you can see the tachy tension ring
Sharing what I believe to be a limited edition, late 90's S/EL, model WG1117-K0. I've seen several that are numbered (xxxx of 1500), as this one is. I also believe I've seen some with the same model number but an actual serial number, like other S/EL's. None of the numbered units have a second serial number. So, not sure if it started as a limited edition but then was converted into a production model or something else. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable can shed some light here. I've seen several available in Japan and this one is from Japan, maybe a Japan-only release?
Indoors the dial looks almost matte black, outdoors the dial pops!
Uniques for the WG117 as compared to the WG111A, which is the other blue dial quartz S/EL:
-> navy blue dial (vs. medium blue)
-> cream colored hour markers, date outline, and text (vs. white)
-> black chrome indices (vs. chrome)
-> monochrome white Tag Heuer insignia (vs. multicolor green/red/white)
-> no chrome inner ring (vs. chrome inner ring)
-> serially numbered "No XXXX/1500" (vs. traditional serial number)
Front, back, and on the wrist shots attached!
Mexico Limited Editions
Just came across an old Bamford post for an art deco Monaco C11
Apparently made exclusively for IG sale for £7500
Not sure if it has been posted before, and I don't think it's an official TAG release, but more of a jeweller special.
Just got posted in a New Zealand watch Facebook ground. Aquaracer with the NZ SAS symbol.
It has its own part number so I would say it is official. Nice to see photos of one in the wild. I didn't realise it was the NZ SAS I just assumed it was the UK SAS.
Ladies Kirium WL1313 Olympic dial
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