Loans on Jaeger LeCoultre Watches
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Are you thinking ” Pawn my Jaeger LeCoultre watch?”
Jaeger-LeCoultre is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer which has been creating fine timepieces since 1833. By 1844, the company had developed the most precise measuring instrument of the age – the millionomètre – cementing the reputation of Jaeger-LeCoultre as masters of accuracy as well as style. The firm’s most popular, long-running models include the Reverso (a classic flip-watch), the Memovox (one of the first alarm watches), Master Compressor (designed for sportspersons) and the Master Ultra Thin (a luxury dress watch). If you’re wondering “can I pawn my Jaeger-LeCoultre watch in London?” New Bond Street Pawnbrokers could help you. We regularly offer loans on Jaeger-LeCoultre watches at our award winning pawn shop in London, based on the market value of the item.
How to pawn my Jaeger-LeCoultre watch
If you live in London, the easiest way to borrow against the value of your luxury watch is to have it appraised by the New Bond Street Pawnbrokers team at their Mayfair offices. With a team of experienced valuers on-hand, it’s possible to simply walk in and receive a pawnbroker loan on the same day. However, we recommend you call ahead, as this will give us the opportunity to set some time aside to check the fine details of your luxury watch. The process is relatively straightforward:
• Take your watch to New Pawn Street Brokers
• Allow our appraisal team to value your item
• Receive same-day finance against the value of your watch
• Redeem your Jaeger-LeCoultre luxury watch upon final repayment of your loan
How much is my Jaeger-LeCoultre watch worth?
If you’re wondering “how much will I get if I pawn my Jaeger-LeCoultre watch?”, the answer lies in its market value. You can expect to borrow up to 70% of the market value of your timepiece at New Bond Street Pawnbrokers. The value of your watch is calculated by a series of criteria, which we’ll take a look at below:
How condition affects value
To command a decent price, a luxury watch needs to be in good condition – aesthetically and mechanically. The ability of a watch to keep accurate time can affect its price just as much as scratches and dents – however, if the watch is repairable its value won’t be affected too drastically.
How much do Jaeger-LeCoultre watches sell for at auction?
The most expensive Jaeger-LeCoultre luxury watch – the Joaillerie 101 Manchette – is priceless. This stunning watch was gifted to HRH Queen Elizabeth II to mark her 60th year as monarch. At auction, bids on popular models like the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso regularly open between £2,750 and £3,000.
When securing loans on Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, it helps to have supporting documentation to hand. Certificates of authenticity, proof of purchase and documents detailing any repairs will all help an appraiser to more accurately value your timepiece. In most cases, provenance will also help increase the amount of funds you could access against the value of your watch.
Age, history and value
It’s only natural that over time, some watches get lost, misplaced or broken beyond repair. As time goes on, it stands to reason that the rarity of certain models will increase, thereby raising their worth. Watches with significant historical significance can also command higher values. For example, a World War II issue Jaeger-LeCoultre GSTP Military Issue Pocket Watch will generally command higher values than a standard GSTP model from the same period.
Pawn your Jaeger-LeCoultre luxury watch
If you need quick access to funding and own a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch, New Bond Street Pawnbrokers could help. Simply borrow against the value of your luxury timepiece, which will be kept safe and secure, and receive cash on the same day. Upon completion of your loan repayments, your watch will be returned to you to enjoy once again. For more information on services provided by New Bond Street Pawnbrokers please watch our video here and read about the loan process here. To learn more about our loans on fine watches you can visit our dedicated webpage
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