Valuing your A. Lange & Söhne watch
Since the renewed interest in the brand in the 1990s, certain models, such as the Lange 1 and the Grande Lange 1 Moon Phase “Lumen”, are highly collectible and convertible into substantial funds after proper valuation and pawning or selling your A. Lange & Sohne watch, which takes into consideration the following criteria:
There are quite a few A. Lange & Söhne timepieces that are more valuable than others, but given the prestige and popularity associated with the brand, and longevity (older than Rolex by 60 years), it would not be difficult to walk away satisfied with your offer.
The condition of any work of art is always important and this rings especially true with fine timepieces. From the face to the alligator leather strap, to the finer workings inside, the better condition your piece is in, the more substantial the price you can procure through your loans on A. Lange & Söhne watches.
Just as in the case of a Picasso painting, proper documentation is highly recommended. A great story is always appreciated, but authentication in black and white, for example certifications or a bill of sale, will only make the valuation process of your A. Lange & Söhne watch run smoother, and ensure a swifter receipt of your money. It can also make a considerable difference in the amount you receive.
Although the name A. Lange & Söhne has been around for more than a hundred years, more recent models like the Langematik, the first hand-wound piece since their re-launch in 1994, and their Langematik Big Date still hold a high value, though of course, condition is key. So, whether you need a short-term loan or sale, or simply want to make room in your top drawer for another fine timepiece, bring it to us. Let us show you our appraisal expertise.