How is the value of your Jaeger-LeCoultre watch determined?
Over the years, Jaeger-LeCoultre has created many different watches, each with an individual set of characteristics. The price of your Jaeger-LeCoultre watch may differ from seemingly identical pieces. Recent auctions show how much your timepieces could sell for; for example, a Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Perpetual sold for $35,000 and a limited edition AMVOX model sold for approximately $8,847.
Can I pawn or sell my Jaeger-LeCoultre watch?
The more information you find out about your watch, the more accurate an evaluation our experts can provide when looking to pawn or sell your Jaeger LeCoultre watch. There are four key characteristics to keep in mind.
Both the aesthetic condition of your watch and the internal mechanism will affect the value of it. Watches with very little aesthetic and mechanical damage are more likely to fetch a higher evaluation by our experts. Apart from the obvious external condition, the most effective way of judging the entire condition of your Jaeger-LeCoultre watch is to arrange an appointment with our pawnbrokers, where our fine watch experts can give it a thorough examination.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has an incredible history of invention and, like any timepiece, their desirability increases with age. With great diversity in watch designs, internal mechanisms, and backstories, the age and era of your timepiece can greatly influence its evaluation.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has issued some unique models and pieces, but some are more iconic than others. For example, the Reverso model has a reversible watch face to protect the glass from damage. The idea came from the watch collector César de Trey who challenged Jacques-David LeCoultre to invent a watch for polo players. Of course, the model is not everything, and the value of your watch is also determined by its age, condition, and provenance. Signature Jaeger-LeCoultre models include: