Sell Your Rolex – How Much is My Rolex? | Rolex Buyers Las Vegas NV
Sell Your Rolex
Do you have a Rolex that you’re not using anymore? Don’t let it collect dust in a corner. Sell your Rolex today and get instant cash! Nevada Coin Mart is an expert Rolex Buyer with years of experience dealing with luxury items.
How Much is My Rolex
When you have decided to sell your Rolex, you might be wondering, “how much is my Rolex worth?” A brand new Rolex costs an average of $6,500 depending on the model and movement. So when you sell your Rolex, your watch our watch experts will evaluate your watch based on the following criteria:
- Serial Number
- Material Selection
All the factors mentioned play a very important role in determining the resale value of your Rolex.
How to Sell a Rolex
Selling your Rolex to Nevada Coin Mart is fairly easy. You can request a quote request – it’s free – through here. Be sure to send us some photos of your Rolex to give you the best price estimate.
Where to Sell a Rolex
Although there are a lot of options on where to sell a Rolex watch, your best bet would be to sell it to an expert buyer with a physical store. Luxury watches like Rolex costs thousands of dollars, and you don’t want to be scammed when selling online or have the watch damaged during shipping.
Nevada Coin Mart has a physical store in Las Vegas, NV, and they also have an expert Rolex buyer who will evaluate your watch’s value at a safe and secure location. Visit us at 4065 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas 89103, and sell your Rolex today!
Nevada Coin Mart is the most reputable Rolex buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson.
Below is a list of all Rolex watches we buy:
- Datejust Lady Datejust
- Oyster Perpetual
- Explorer II
- GMT Master II
- Submariner Date
- ALL Rolex Models
We are open 365 times a year from 9 am to 6 pm, so come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.
In 1905, 24-year old watchmaker Hans Wildorf along with his brother-in-law Alfred Davis established Wilsdorf & Davis — which eventually became Rolex S.A. — where it was originally located at 83 Hatton Garden in London. Wilsdorf & Davis wanted to create affordable but high-quality watches. During the company’s early days, it relied heavily on importing Hermann Aegler’s Swiss watch mechanisms (also known as movements or calibre) and assembling them in watch cases made by Dennison and others. These watches were then sold to jewelers, who in turn put their names on the dial. These watches were commonly hallmarked with “W&D” in the caseback.
The name Rolex was trademarked in 1908. According to Wilsdorf, he wanted a brand name that can fit on the watch’s dial and can be pronounced easily in any language. In 1920, the company relocated to Geneva, Switzerland, a city famous for its watchmaking industry.
Today, Rolex remains to be one of the most popular watchmakers in the world.