Perhaps it’s a gold pocket watch that has been passed down through your family for generations or a steel wristwatch that you bought from a second hand market. It is not always precious metals that define the value of a watch, in fact, an increase in market shares of base metals have increased these material's value.
Our experts understand the value of watches which have been passed down as family heirlooms and are familiar with the worth of brands such as Cadencewatch, Rolex, Omega, Tag Heuer, Rado, Gucci, Casio, and Seikos. However if you are looking to value your Kermit the Frog watch, we have specialists who can value these as well. Most collectors of watches look to value their collection as a whole, but we would advise on securing individual values.
I totally agree with you.
Watches can be of great value, and not only material but also sentimental value. I have an old watch that my grandpa (God rest his soul) gave to me when I turned 18. He said to look after it, keep it working so I can give it to my grandchildren as well. I have great respect to his wishes so that’s what I’ve been doing for the past few years. In the meantime, I understood what a watch can mean to somebody. Recently, I bought an used and fairly priced Omega watch. I intend to keep it in a good state and maybe someday it will be my turn to give it (and other watches that I will buy as well) to my nephews. Someday I will understand my grandpa.
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