Sell Gold Watch | Gold Watch Buyers – Las Vegas, NV
Do you have a gold watch that you’re no longer using? Don’t let it collect dust or let it stop working – if it’s an automatic one. The best way to get it off your hands is to sell your gold watch to reputable gold watch buyers.
Sell Gold Watch
There are important things to consider when selling your gold watch. Below are three of the important things that you need to know before selling your gold watch.
- Research – Knowing everything about your watch is important. Information such as gold content, brand, model, movement & complications are details that can be crucial in determining the resale value of your piece.
- Marketplace – Knowing the different price points of your watch is also important as it will give you an idea of how much you’re getting for your piece.
- Take Pictures – Gold watch buyers like Nevada Coin Mart offers a free online evaluation, and you must have quality photos of your watch so that our expert buyer can see your piece. Click here for a free quote today.
Gold Watch Buyer
Nevada Coin Mart is the best gold watch buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson, NV. We buy all kinds of gold watches and pay you cash for them. Our experts are industry experts ready to evaluate and help you with all your watch-related questions. Below are the kinds of gold watches we buy:
- Men’s Gold Watches
- Women’s Gold Watches
- Yellow Gold Watches
- White Gold Watches
- Rose Gold Watches
- Two-tone Gold Watches
- Broken Gold Watches
- Damaged Gold Watches
We also offer free in-store evaluation for your piece using a state-of-the-art Thermo Scientific Niton X-Ray Spectrometer to accurately analyze and measure precious metal contents in your piece. This will ensure that you get top-dollar for your items.
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.
Where to Sell Gold Watch
There are many places on where to sell your gold watch. You may sell it online or to an expert buyer with a physical store. Nevada Coin Mart offers a free online quote and has a physical store to bring in your gold watch for a proper in-person evaluation. Our gold watch expert will evaluate your piece for free in a safe and secure environment.
You also might want to bring – if available – your gold watch’s service history records, original box, and certificate. We do not require them, but you might want to bring them in as well if you have them.
Gold Watch Brief History
Gold watches began to emerge in Germany during the 16th century, about the same time where other types of watches began to be used. The first gold watches were bigger than the modern wristwatch we have today, and they were a size between a clock and a watch. They were called “clock-watches” during the day, and some were made of gold. These “clock-watches” were also used as adornments or to show off social status.
Early gold watches in their pockets as early watches tend to malfunction, which affects its accuracy in timekeeping when exposed to outside elements. Thus, by the 17th century, men began to wear watches in their pockets to protect them against outside elements. A “balance spring” was invented in 1657, which helped improve the watch’s accuracy. And during the 18th century, further watch innovations made way for complications such as a chronometer function, lever escapement, and temperature compensation.
As watches became more popular, watches began to be mass-produced in the 1800s. And during the early 1900s, wristwatches became a popular accessory. As a result, watchmaking companies emerged, such as Rolex, which was established in 1905 and was trademarked in 1908.
Today, gold watches are still popular and are still considered a status symbol. Luxury watch brands still continue to utilize gold in making their watches. Even Apple – a tech company – tried its hand in manufacturing a smartwatch which was made with 18-karat gold.