Sell Your Longines Watch

Last updated: May 05, 2019

Welcome to Worthy, the most experienced online luxury watch sellers for brands like Omega and TAG Heuer. Everything we’ve learned from years of selling watches can help you when it comes to selling a Longines watch like an expert. Below you will find some of the FAQs we’ve received regarding selling Longines watches.

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How to Get the Best Value for Your Longines Watch

There are a multitude of options for selling a luxury watch, however it is crucial to know the value of your watch before selling. Your best bet for a thorough and knowledgeable evaluation of a Longines watch is to use a known watch expert. Worthy uses the experts at CentralWatch, a long time trusted watch shop located in Manhattan, for all of our evaluations. Knowing the details of what you already own can help you decide where to sell it and what to offers to expect.
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What Factors Determine the Value of a Longines Watch?

There are a number of specific factors that watch experts, whether evaluating or buying, will look for when you are selling an Andersen Geneve watch:
  • A proof of purchase authenticating the brand.
  • Age of the watch- new watches are great but older, rarer watch models can often fetch higher prices.
  • Condition of the watch
  • Type of strap featured on the watch
  • Does the owner still have the original packaging?
  • Does the watch feature any precious gems or diamonds?
All of the above factors will aid in authenticating and certifying your watch, as will its specific model and its ability to function. When you sell Andersen Geneve, keep in mind that if your watch has any scuffs or scratches, its value could decrease.
Great experience. Highly recommend Worthy.
Larry Boisjolie · Happy Client

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. Longines' 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.
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What Longines Watch Models Sell Best?

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. 

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