Loans on IWC Watches
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Are you thinking ” Pawn my IWC watch?”
If you have been think of loans on your IWC watch, IWC is a Swiss luxury watch brand that has been in the business since 1868. Each IWC timepiece is manufactured by hand with meticulousness and care, making it an ideal watch brand to invest in 2021. With a combination of fine design and the latest technology, it’s no wonder that IWC products are so revered. If you’ve been wondering “how can I pawn my IWC watch in London?”, you’re in luck: New Bond Street Pawnbrokers are happy to help. We offer loans on IWC watches at our award-winning pawn store in London and you could even receive funds on the same day.
Loan against your IWC watch
If you’re London-based, securing loans on IWC watches couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is visit the Mayfair offices of New Bond Street Pawnbrokers and our team of valuation experts will ascertain what your timepiece is worth. Valuations are by appointment only. When you book an appointment, you’re allowing our appraisers to set the time aside to check your item carefully and provide you with an accurate valuation. The process couldn’t be easier:
• Simply take your watch to our office to be valued
• Allow our team to check your watch
• Receive funds within maximum 24 Hours, most often on the spot
• Reclaim your watch after your final loan repayment
How much is my IWC watch worth?
While some timepieces depreciate as soon as they leave the store, IWC luxury watches tend to retain their value. Limited edition pieces, such as the IWC Siderale Scafusia – regarded as one of the most complex watches of all time – can command up to £585,000 at auction. While not as expensive as other watch brands like the more expensive Rolex or the exquisite Patek Phillippes, other notable watches from the company include the classic IWC Grande Complication (£90,000), the IWC Tourbillon Destriero (£94,000) and the IWC Portuguese Tourbillon Squelette (£149,000).
The market value of an IWC luxury watch depends largely on its aesthetic and mechanical condition. It’s easier to secure good loans on IWC watches if they are in impeccable condition, although there are other factors which come into play, too.
Verifying the authenticity of your IWC watch
If you’re thinking “what should I bring to a broker to pawn my IWC watch?”, you should be aware that supporting documentation could increase its value. Proof of purchase documents, certificates of authenticity and any documents which highlight repairs undertaken should all stand you in good stead.
Find out the age of your IWC watch
The law of entropy dictates that, over time, certain models become damaged or lost. This increases their scarcity, and also their value. Some IWC watches have history attached to them – for example, the IWC WWW wristwatch was manufactured for use by the British Army in the second world war, and these models can fetch hundreds of thousands, particularly if they were worn during battle.
Pawn your IWC luxury watch today
IWC timepieces are collector’s items that can be revered for an entire lifetime. However, sometimes the need arises to gain access to funds – to finance another investment, for example. If you need a cash loan, it’s easy to temporarily pawn your IWC luxury watch. At New Bond Street Pawnbrokers, your watch will be kept safe and secure and is yours to pick up once your final loan repayment has been settled.
Before visiting New Bond Street Pawnbrokers, you may wish to do some research to find out the age, rarity and value of your timepiece. The internet is a great resource for finding information, and entering the model of your watch into a search engine should yield some helpful results. If not, our team of expert valuation specialists will be able to do the work for you. To learn more about our loans on fine watches you can visit our watches page
Finally, some of the many watch brands we loan against include: A. Lange & Sohne, Breguet, Breitling, Bulgari, Cartier, Chopard, Harry Winston, Hublot, IWC, Jaeger LeCoultre, Omega, Panerai, Piaget, Richard Mille, Roger Dubuis, Tiffany, Ulysse Nardin, Urwerk, Vacheron Constantin, Van Cleef & Arpels, Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Rolex to name just a few.
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