Brands We Buy

Patek Philippe Watches

Patek Philippe

Hublot

Panerai

Audemars Watch

Audemars Piguet

Breitling Watches

Breitling

A. Lange & Sohne

A Lange & Shone

Bell & Ross Watches - BR 01 Minuteur Tourbillon

Bell & Ross

Breitling Watches

Breitling

Breguet watches

Breguet

Cartier-Watches

Cartier

chopard watches

Chopard

corum watches

Corum

frank muller

Franck Muller

glashutte watches

Glashutte

Harry Winston Watches

Harry Winston

iwc watches

IWC

Jaeger Lecoultre

Jaeger-LeCoultre

jacob and co watches

Jacob

montblanc watches

Montblanc

Omega

Piaget Watches

Piaget

Richard Mille Watches

Richard Mille

Tag Watches

TAG Heuer

Tiffany Watches

Tiffany & Co

tudor watches

Tudor

u-boat watches

U-Boat

Ulysse Nardin Watches

Ulysse Nardin

Vacheron Constantin Watches

Vacheron Constantin

zenith watches

Zenith

Luxury Watch Buyers

Manhattan Buyers Inc, is a premier Luxury Watch buyer in New York City, offering you competitive pricing and immediate payment when you wish to sell your luxury watches . We strive to make this experience as safe, confidential, informative and profitable for you as possible.

Do you have a luxury watch that you were interested in selling? Or maybe you just were wondering what your fine watch was worth. If Manhattan Buyers you are selling watches in NYC or anywhere else for that matter. Request a free quote today. Service’s provided… Watch Buyers NYC Luxury Watch Buyers NY Rolex Buyers NY cartier Buyers NY patek buyers Audemars Piguet Buyers ny

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If you have a Watch that is not listed here that you believe we may be interested in, please submit the form on your right or call us during our regular business hours at 877-253-0269 to speak with our top appraisers.

A good wristwatch does more than tell time. Of course, many expensive watches can display the phases of the moon, the time of year, the precise second that just slipped away, and can even remind the wearer of an appointment. But the great ones complement your life, accessorize your wardrobe, becomes an heirloom to pass along to future… generations and, as James Bond has taught us, in a tight spot become a very handy knuckleduster. The thought of knocking out someone’s teeth with $50,000 worth of watch wrapped around your wrist might seem a bit extravagant.

Watches in this price category are also works of art. They are exquisite mechanisms created by talented craftsmen who do the seemingly impossible with gold, diamonds, springs, gears, and tiny tools. If you ever wondered why the best Swiss watches cost so much, just imagine a microchip, and then imagine it was made by hand, and you begin to comprehend the layers of delicacy, skill, and precision we’re talking about. That is why at the top of the watch chain, so to speak, the price of a Swiss-made Patek Philippe or Breguet can equal and quickly surpass most Americans’ annual salary. For those people fortunate enough to be able to afford one, or more, of these high-end timepieces, the decision on which one to buy is rarely just about how well it can tell time. For many connoisseurs, what makes a watch desirable is the number of complications it can pack within its slender case. (Complications are mechanical functions of the watch other than the hours, minutes, and seconds.)

The more complications, the more valuable the watch. In December, 1999, Sotheby’s sold a watch with 24 complications for $11 million. The watch that holds the record for the most complications is a pocket watch Patek Philippe created in honor of their 150th anniversary in 1989. It has 33 complications including the date of Easter and a celestial chart with 2,800 stars. Other watch fanciers are less enthusiastic about the complications than they are.