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Sell Your Watch London

Are you looking for a place to sell your luxury watch and get maximum return?

Anna’s Pride is a professional seller in London that sells high-end fashion, including luxury watches.

All you need to do is to fill in the enquiry form below to arrange collection/delivery.

After receiving your watch, it will be carefully inspected, authenticated, professionally photographed and listed online.

Annas Pride will list your watch on various global marketplaces to guarantee the maximum return and selling speed.

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Anna’s Pride commission structure is a sliding scale. The more your watch sells for, the more you earn from the sale!

You earn up to 80% of the price your watch sells for.

What you Earn

over £3000
you earn


over £2000
you earn


under £500
you earn


Popular Watches Brands to Sell:

  • Omega
  • Rolex
  • Patek Philippe
  • TAG Heuer
  • Audemars Piguet
  • Breitling
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre
  • IWC Schaffhausen
  • Cartier
  • Tudor
  • Panerai
  • Hublot
  • Seiko
  • Chanel
  • Longines
  • Citizen
  • Bulgari
  • Montblanc
  • Casio
  • Baume & Mercier
  • Chopard
  • Vacheron Constantin
  • A. Lange & Söhne
  • Bell & Ross


The selling price of your watch determines how much you earn.

Anna’s Pride commission structure is a sliding scale. The more your watch sells for, the more you earn from the sale!

Watch Value

You Get

£50 – £500


£500- £2000


£3000 +


You will receive your payouts on the 15th of every month for all watches sold and shipped during the previous month (unless an item was subject to a return. Payments can be transferred to your Paypal or Bank Account.

I will continue selling your watch for up to one year.

If your watch remains unsold after one year, you will get a notice to pick it up within 10 days.

After 11 days, unsold watches that are not collected will become the property of Anna’s Pride.

The price depends on the watch’s condition, age, accessories, proof of authenticity, current market demand and recently sold prices on various marketplaces.

Condition: The condition of the watch is a crucial factor in determining its value. A watch in excellent condition with minimal wear and tear will generally command a higher price than one in poor condition.

Age: The age of the watch can affect its value. Vintage or antique watches, especially those with historical significance or limited production, often have higher values due to their rarity and desirability among collectors.

Accessories: The presence of original accessories, such as the box, papers, certificates, extra straps, or additional components, can increase the value of a watch. These accessories contribute to the overall authenticity and completeness of the watch package.

Proof of Authenticity: Buyers often look for authenticities, such as original purchase receipts, service records, or authentication from reputable sources. Proper documentation can enhance a watch’s credibility and potentially increase its value.

Current Market Demand: The demand for specific watch models can fluctuate over time, influencing their prices. Popular brands or models in high demand may command a premium, while less sought-after watches might have lower prices.

Recently Sold Prices: Examining recently sold prices for similar watches on various marketplaces, auction results, or sales records can indicate the current market value. This information helps sellers and buyers understand the prevailing market conditions and make informed pricing decisions.

It is against the law to sell fake goods.

If an item is found to be not authentic while sorting, the owner will receive a notification to collect it within 10 working days. If not collected on the 11lth day the watch will be destroyed.

If a watch is not authentic when sold to a customer, the owner must pay a fine of £25 and will not be eligible for consignment commission. Any possible related fees to this case will be deducted from the owner. The owner will not receive the item back.

If you want your watch back after being listed on the marketplace, the stop-selling fee of £25 per item will be applied.

Further questions?


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