Valuing your watch
By carrying out a valuation of your watch we are able to determine the level of the loan that you can secure against it. Breitling produces a wide variety of different models and has been doing so since 1884. This means that while all Breitling watches are valuable there is also quite a large range of how much an individual Breitling can be worth. There are several key criteria that we need to be able to assess before pawning or selling your Breitling watch.
The model is the main variant in the value of your Breitling watch. Of the models currently on the market, there is quite a large difference in price. Breitling has produced several limited edition timepieces and these models are worth considerably more than those produced for general sale. For example, there were only 50 made of the Breitling Bentley Flying B (J28362), making it currently the most valuable. To be able to carry out the valuation we will need the model name and number.
We cannot make a valuation based just on the model alone as some are in far better condition than others. The condition is usually placed into one of four categories: like new, needs polishing but no replacement parts, needs cosmetic parts replaced, and full refurbishment required.
As Breitling has been making watches for over 200 years, there are many rare models out there. The older your watch is the more chance that it would be of interest to a collector and worth more.