This page contains photographs of the movements that were used in the Heuer chronographs and dashboard timepieces, in a format that serves as a recognition guide.

Chronograph Movements

Valjoux 22

Early Valjoux 22 —

shown in movement from 1917

Later Valjoux 22

shown in Reference 347 Chronograph

Later Valjoux 22

shown in Reference 3336 chronograph


 Valjoux 23

shown in Reference 404 chronograph, circa 1960


Valjoux 230

shown in Heuer Bundeswehr chronograph


Venus 170

12.5 Ligne; diameter = 28.2mm; height = 6.0mm;
17 jewels; frequency = 18000 A/h; power reserve = 40 hours

Venus 170 movement, shown in Up / Down Chronograph


Valjoux 77

13 Ligne; diameter = 29.5mm; height = 6.0mm;
17 jewels; frequency = 18000 A/h; power reserve = 39 hours

Valjoux 77 movement, shown in Up / Down Chronograph, Reference 3248


Valjoux 71 (shown in Reference 345 Chronograph)

Valjoux 71 (shown in Abercrombie & Fitch Seafarer, early 1950’s)


Early Valjoux 72 (shown in Reference 2447 Chronograph)

Valjoux 72 (shown in early Heuer Carrera, with screw-back case)

Valjoux 72 (shown in Heuer Autavia)

Valjoux 72 (shown in Heuer Camaro)


Valjoux 72C — triple calendar (shown in Early Heuer Triple Calendar Chronograph, Reference 2543, circa 1946)


Valjoux 721 — with tide dial (shown in Abercrombie & Fitch Seafarer, circa 1955)


Valjoux 92 (shown in First Execution Heuer Autavia, reference 3646)


Caliber 11 (shown in “Siffert” Version of the Autavia, reference 1163T)


Caliber 12 (shown in “Viceroy” Version of the Autavia, reference 1163V)


Caliber 14 (shown in Autavia GMT, reference 1163 GMT)


Valjoux 7733 (shown in Military Version of Autavia, reference 73363)


Valjoux 7736 (shown in Autavia Reference 73663)


Valjoux 7734 (shown in Autavia, reference 73463


Valjoux 7750 (shown in Pasadena)


Dashboard Timepiece Movements

Valjoux 76 (shown in early version of the Super Autavia)

Valjoux 76R (shown in Pocket Chronograph — Ref 11204)

Valjoux 5 (shown in later version of the Super Autavia)

 

Pocket Chronograph Movements

19 Ligne Ed. Heuer Movement, circa 1910 (in Ref. 102 A chronograph)

Valjoux 61