Direct CCD images of the gravitationally lensed BAL quasar H1413+117 (Bessel B, V, R, I; Gunn r and i), obtained during 1989-1994 in the framework of photometric monitorings at ESO and with the NOT, have been carefully (re-)analyzed. Simultaneous fitting of 4 PSFs, fixing the relative positions of components B, C and D with respect to A, has been achieved successfully. The relative light curves of the 4 lensed QSO images, with respect to a stable nearby comparison star, confirm the general trend already presented by Arnould et al. (1993). The amplitude of the light curves is found to be about 0.5 magnitude, peak-to-peak in the V filter. The four lensed components display brightness variations quasi-simultaneously and in parallel. In addition to these intrinsic light variations due to the source, we find that component D shows extra light variations with respect to the other components. These are very likely caused by micro-lensing.