Hi all, So we all know that Heuer released the Monaco as 1133B/G and 1533B/G, among many others. But within the initial run of 1133B, for instance, there appear to be many variations. The first ones were labeled with "Chonomatic" on the dial. Then it transitioned to say "Automatic Chronograph". There were versions with flat subdials and others with embossed subdials. There were versions with bracelets and faux leather straps. There were a variety of different handsets, and so on. There were ones with Calibre 11, and later ones with the Calibre 12s. On 1533s, the subdials can even be different colors - there are 1533Gs with both black and blue subdials. With regards to all of these variations, was there some kind of secondary reference number (similar to how they associate the strap a watch comes with now), to set each version apart? Or are they all just called 1133B, and it's up to the collector to really research what they're looking at.