TAG Heuer has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic Monaco all year. As a culmination, they've taken a "new old stock" 1969 model and created the Monaco Piece d'Art. To create this one-of-a-kind timepiece, TAG's watchmakers disassembled the vintage 1969 Calibre 11 movement, applied high-grade finishing on every part, and added three new jewels. The result is a fitting tribute to the world's first self-winding chronograph movement and can be seen through the watch's crystal caseback. It arrives on an original steel link bracelet, with a unique presentation box, original drawing, and accessories. Set to be auctioned off as part of Phillips' Game Changers auction on December 10th in NYC, all proceeds from the watch will be donated to United Way of New York City.