Sell Longines Watches
Welcome to Worthy, the most experienced online luxury watch sellers. We’re up to the challenge of getting you the highest market value for your timepiece in just a matter of days. You won’t have to leave your home and you won’t have to deal with time consuming job of sifting through offers. We take care of everything for you, from appraising and photographing your watch to presenting it to our large network of professional buyers. You just sign off on the best offer and we send your cash within 24 hours.
Worthy’s unique auction platform connects you to potential buyers online, so the experience is quick, simple and convenient. Even better, we match your Longines watch with the appraiser most qualified to evaluate it. This ensures buyer confidence and encourages higher, more competitive bids from our buyers. This offering is of course complimentary and carried out by world-class watch experts/
As a valued Worthy customer, you receive the following benefits when you choose to sell your watch on our online platform:
- Free appraisal of your Longines watch
- Free shipment of your watch to our headquarters in New York
- Complimentary watch insurance from transport to storage
Worthy has an excellent BBB rating and holds a Secondhand Dealer's License issued by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. You can feel confident that we operate according to US law and offer a trusted and a secure place to sell Longines watches.
Selling Longines Watches is Easy
With Worthy, you always know what you are signing up for in advance. Request an appraisal for your watch now and and you’ll receive a market estimate before you even go to auction. Here’s how:
- Share a description of your watch with us via our website or over the phone. All this requires is a basic description of your watch characteristics and a clear image.
- Based on your description, similar sales transactions and the input of interested buyers, you’ll receive an initial market value estimate for your Longines watch. We will also provide a FedEx shipping label for you to print out at home when you choose to proceed. You are not committed to take this initial offer.
- Your watch will arrive at our headquarters, where it will be authenticated, photographed, and prepared for auction.
- The Worthy Auction Platform will collect competing bids for your watch for up to 24 hours. You will then be alerted of the highest bid for your Longines watch and requested to give it your final sign off.
- After you approve the highest bid, the final transactions will be handled by Worthy. The only thing left to do is choose your preferred payment method and receive your money almost immediately.
About Longines Watches
Longines (LAWNG-Jeen) is a luxury watch house owned by the Swatch Group. The company was founded in 1832 and is currently based in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. Longine’s winged hourglass logo is well-recognized in the world of luxury watch brands and is the oldest logo registered in the industry.
Longines is famous for their Aviator watches and has a long history of air navigation devices. The company was involved in American aviator Charles Lindbergh’s transatlantic flight, for which they crafted Lindbergh a custom watch to help with navigation. The watch was produced specifically to his specifications and is still being produced by Longines today.
The luxury watch brand was also involved in the very first modern-day Olympics that took place in 1896 in Athens, Greece. Longines provided timers for the Games and later went on to become a widely renowned brand in the sports and chronographs industry.
Celebrities that own Longines collections include the legendary late actors Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart as well as contemporary actors Kate Winslet and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan among others.
Longines Watch Collections Sold At Worthy
Conquest Classic: Longines is a partner of some of the most prestigious horse races in the world, and this timeless collection was designed especially for horse-racing. Each watch in the collection is fitted with self-winding calibres and captures the very essence of the excitement of the races.
The Master Collection: The Longines Master Collection was launched in 2005 and after much success, the company decided to add a number of new watches to the collection in new sizes and featuring pink and yellow gold.
The Saint-Imier Collection: Longines has been based in the village of Saint-Imier, Switzerland since 1832 and this collection is dedicated to the strong bond the brand holds with its home. The collection combines the village’s historical values, being elegance, tradition and sport.