Let’s get you a deal

Have a watch you don’t wear much anymore? Considered selling but don’t want to lose too much. Jewelers offer between $.15-$.35 on the dollar of MSRP and other auction house/consignment dealers charge up to 25% commissions. The Timepiece Gentleman charges a set fee of 2.5% to do everything. We can arrange shipping, inspect the watch, perform any needed repairs, take necessary photos, post the watch on our website and throughout our network, and you just sit back and relax.

  1. Once you submit your watch, we’ll be back in touch via email. Give our team about 1-3 business days to determine an acceptable selling range.
  2. We will email you pre-insured UPS or FedEx label. Follow the packaging instructions and drop off your watch at a UPS or FedEx location and we’ll take care of everything else.
  3. Once we have your watch in-hand, our watchmakers will double check your watch to make sure everything’s good to go. Then we’ll list it for 90 days.
  4. Once your watch is sold and makes it through the buyer’s return period, we’ll get your payment processed. Payment can be sent via check, wire transfer, or in-store credit.

Fee Price List:

$0 – $10,000

$250 Fee

$10,001 – $25,000

$625 Fee

$25,001 – $50,000

$1,250 Fee

$50,001 – $100,00

$1,875 Fee


$2,500 Fee

Your Information:

Best time to call?

Your Watch Details:

Do you have the original box?

Do you have the instruction manual?

Do you have the warranty card?

What is the warranty date?

On a scale of 1 (poor) to 10 (perfect) please select the following conditions for your watch:

Watch case

Watch strap/bracelet

Watch operation/mechanics

Upload a picture of your watch. Refer to the below examples of how to take proper photos of your timepiece.

Here are some suggested shots that will help us determine the status of your timepiece before we have it in our hands:

Straight on showing a clear view of the Dial and Bezel. Setting the time to 10:10 moves the hour/min hands out of view of the logo, date window, or chronograph dials.

Bottom Left view of the case and strap.

Left side of the case. Usually opposite side of the crown.

Top left side of the case.

Bottom right side. Usually the side showing the crown and chrono pushers.

Right side of the casing. Clear shot of the crown.

Top right side of the case.

Straight on picture of the clasp while it is closed.

Straight on pic of the Clasp while it is open if it has connected links.

Clear shot of the caseback. With the exception of Rolex, most watch brands display important information such as model #, Serial #, limited edition #’s, etc. Watches with sapphire crystal cashback’s allows easy viewing of the movement inside.

Pictures containing all materials related to the timepiece are always recommended as it helps us valuate the watch fully.

Any additional pics such as close ups of the straps/bracelet where it connects to the lugs or individual pics of any numbers located on the watch are always helpful. You can never send too many pictures when trying to get an accurate description to us.

Although these styles of pictures are highly recommended when requesting an offer to buy, sell, or consign your timepiece, these are merely suggestions and not required. You may provide many pics or none at all. Either way we are going to take care of you. If no pictures are provided, please allow an extra 24 hours upon receipt of the watch to properly asses it.


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