Vacheron Constantin is a luxury Swiss manufacture of prestige watches and a brand of the Richemont group. When it comes to quality, Vacheron Constantin has been amazing. Their watches have high value and have a strong demand in second-hand market. We actively deal in this brand, so if you have a watch that you think you can sell, we would be very interested in purchasing it.
To determine the value of your watch, we’ll first need more information about the exact piece you have. You can begin by creating an order with our “pack request,” then we will reach out to learn more about the pieces you want to sell. If it’s a piece we buy and sell, we’ll inspect your watch to determine an exact appraisal value and provide a free, no-obligation offer.
We buy watches from current lines all the way to vintage styles. Here are a few lines and models from Vacheron Constantin that we frequently buy:
Our watch buying process is very fast, safe, and transparent. All of our gold packages are insured for the value of your watch, shipped discretely via FedEx, and processed in our secure facility by a trusted jewelry expert. We’ve been in the watch and jewelry buying business for decades, we were able to accurately estimate the value of your Vacheron Constantin watch and pay you a fair value for it. Our basic process is as follows:
1) Request a Pack or Label – Request a pack using the form on the left. This will generate an order number and provide you with the materials to safely and securely send us your watch.
2) Mail You Watch – Ship your watch, fully insured, by dropping off the package at your nearest FedEx dropbox or mailing location.
3) Execute Inspection and Appraisal – Our team will inspect your Vacheron Constantin watch, research it, and provide an appraisal and offer for your watch. This offer will be available online instantly after appraisals, which are completed within 1 business day of receiving your watch.
4) Accept or Reject Offer – Log in and accept our offer for instant payment processing, or reject the offer and we’ll return your watch safely and securely. If you accept our offer, you’ll receive payment through the method of your choice within 24 hours.
The company was founded in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, an independent watchmaker in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1770, his company created the first complication, and nine years later he designed the first engine-turned dials. Today the company produces about 20,000 timepieces per year.