Loans against Audemars Piguet Watches

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Loans against your Audemars Piguet Watch

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Loans against Audemars Piguet watches


The name Audemars Piguet is now synonymous with incredible luxury and state-of-the-art watch manufacturing.

Older models are becoming increasingly desirable and are demonstrating a notable ability to hold their worth. As such, they are proving increasingly popular as investments, or even for use as collateral.

Today, people are able to borrow against Audemars Piguet watches, as a means to raise much needed short-term cash flow to fund a different purchase or investment.

We have an open door policy, meaning you can come at any time to get your watch valued; however, we do recommend calling ahead to book an exclusive one-on-one appointment. If you would like to ask any more questions before your visit, or if you need help finding our offices in the heart of Mayfair.

Loans against your Audemars Piguet Watch

What makes an Audemars Piguet watch so valuable?

As you might imagine, not all Audemars Piguet watches have the same value. Instead, depending on a number of factors, your watch could be worth significantly more than another seemingly identical watch. Before you ask yourself ‘should I pawn my Audemars Piguet watch’, you should first get a basic understanding of how much you can expect to get for it. So, here is a basic outline of the 4-step guide that our expert appraisers follow.

What condition is it in?

Regardless of any of the following categories for valuing your fine watch, the condition is of paramount importance. A watch that has been well cared for and admired will have held on to far more of its value and be much more desirable for collectors. Note that the condition of your Audemars Piguet watch refers to its outside appearance as well as its functionality on the inside.

How old is it?

As with any collectable item, the age of your watch has the potential to greatly increase its price due to increased rarity. Audemars Piguet first began manufacturing watches back in 1875. In 1892 they created the first ever repeater wristwatch. Holding one such watch that is over one hundred years old would be worth an extremely large sum amongst fine watch collectors, of course depending on its condition.

What model is it?

Audemars Piguet have built a number of different models of watches in the last one and a half centuries, some of which have been a success and others which have not been. Certain models are more desirable, notably the Jules Audemars, Millenary and Royal Oak collections. The Jules Audemars made today are based on the original design of this range from 1875. Loans against Audemars Piguet watches, from any of these ranges, are sure to be higher.

What provenance do you hold?

Lending against Audemars Piguet watches is much easier for a pawnbroker who can see what sort of provenance you hold. Your watch will act as far more valuable collateral if it includes things such as proof of purchase, certificates of authenticity and a service history.

How can you get your watch valued?

If you are based in London, then the quickest way to get a valuation of your Audemars Piguet watch is to come and visit our store in Mayfair. Our expert team of appraisers have the necessary experience to properly value your watch and assess each of the 4 criteria above. Here are some of the benefits of deciding to pawn your Audemars Piguet watch with New Bond Street Pawnbrokers:

– Our experts hold more than 25 years of experience valuing fine watches from all luxury manufacturers.
– We offer a confidential service for all clients.
– We offer fair market rates at all times, by being finely tuned into the fine watch market.
– We are able to lend against Audemars Piguet watches the very same day you come in for an appraisal.

We also offer loans against the following assets: diamonds (including GIA Diamonds), fine jewellery, classic cars, fine wines (including Pétrus Wine), fine art (including Banksy and Lichtenstein) and fine watches as Patek Philippe ,Audemars Piguet or Rolexantique silver and Hermes handbags.

*We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

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Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority