Loans against Rolex Watches

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Loans against your Rolex Watch

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Loans against Rolex watches

New Bond Street Pawnbrokers has a renowned specialist department for fine watches and timepieces as Rolex or Patek Philippe. Our experienced appraisal team are passionate watch enthusiasts.

David Sonnenthal, resident expert appraiser for the beloved Chanel 4 “Four Rooms” TV show leads our team of in-house experts.

Rolex has long been one of the most collectable brands in the watch market and we are happy to offer professional appraisals on any model of Rolex in any condition.

Our experience and knowledge enable you to release capital by providing loans against modern, vintage and antique Rolex watches and timepieces.

The team will take into account the current market value of the watch, the manufacturer and model, condition and restoration (if appropriate), availability, age, demand for the piece and provenance.

Loans against your Rolex Watch

If you are interested in determining the value of your Rolex watch, the more information you have about it the more accurately we can determine a value. As an independent Rolex specialist, we are always happy to loan against quality examples of Rolex watches for both ladies and men, such as those listed below:

Sea Dweller
Yacht Master, Yacht Master II
Sea-Dweller, Sea Dweller 4000
Explorer, Explorer II
Deep Sea

Rare models include the Rolex Paul Newman Daytona, Rolex Military Submariner, Comex, double red Sea-Dweller, early James Bond big crown Submariner and the Rolex Steve McQueen orange hand Explorer.

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

National Pawnbrokers Association

Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority