The manual variant Monaco's were introduced later than the automatics (1972 as opposed to 1969/70), they are less common although the blue one is the most prevelant. They appear even harder to find in correct order, it is normal to find at least one thing incorrect about the dial or hands. They suffer from the same issues as 1133B models, but are also subject to more re-dials than the 1133 models. As can be read about on the issues page, the issue to look out for on the re-dial is the script used for the dial wording. They should not be flat but be have seriph flourishes. Other notable tells are the main markers on the sub registers should have similar floursihes at their ends and the letter 4's should be close and not opened. As with all Monacos check for the model number and serial numbers between the lugs.