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Sell a Tag Heuer Monaco
TAG Heuer is a popular luxury watch brand that has designed and manufactured many incredible watch models including the Monaco.
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Last updated: January 24, 2023

The Monaco is an iconic watch model that is sought after by buyers everywhere. At Worthy, you can sell TAG Heuer Monaco watches to those buyers, ensuring that you get the right price for your watch. Our online auction platform features credible buyers and sellers. We have served thousands of clients the world over, and we look forward to assisting you too. Whatever your reasons for selling a TAG Heuer Monaco, you can count on a transparent, efficient, and rewarding process. Our expert evaluation partners will conduct a full inspection of your watch and present it to relevant, actively interested buyers.

How to Sell a TAG Heuer Monaco Watch

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1 Prep for sale

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2 Auction online

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3 Get paid

  1. Tell us about your Tag Heuer Monaco watch – Click to get started and answer a few basic questions about your watch for our experts to review.
  2. Schedule shipping – Worthy will arrange for the secure shipment of your Tag Heuer Monaco watch to our offices in NYC. You can choose between a FedEx pickup from your home or a drop-off at a FedEx location nearby.
  3. Prepare for sale – Once your watch arrives, our team of experts take care of professionally cleaning, evaluating, and photographing it in order to attract the attention of potential buyers.
  4. Online auction –  When you have set your reserve price, your watch auction can begin and you can watch the offers roll in.
  5. Get paid – Once your Tag Heuer Monaco watch has sold, you’ll receive the final sale amount via the payment method of your choice.
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About the Tag Heuer Monaco

In the 1960s, watchmakers were racing to become the first to develop an automatic chronograph. With this goal in mind, Heuer partnered with Hamilton and Breitling to secretly work on an automatic chronograph project. These projects were under the radar as they did not want the competition to learn of their efforts. Heuer, Hamilton and Breitling released their new line of chronographs on March 3rd 1969 and held press conferences in New York and Geneva to reveal their new watches.  In 2009 in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Heuer Monaco, the Monaco Calibre 11 was released and it was a replica of the 1969 model. The first automatic chronographs created by Heuer were the Monaco, Carrera and Autavia. These watches were powered by Call 11, Cal 12, Cal 14 or Cal 15 movements. Heuer added more models to their collection of automatic chronographs including Silverstone, Daytona, Calculator, Jarama, Montreal and Manza models.

The TAG Heuer Monaco is a cultural icon and has been in production for more than 40 years. This watch offers a unique sporty design and remains one of the most popular watches from TAG Heuer. The design of the Monaco case is more of a cushion shape with interesting angles and curves. This beautiful design adds a unique touch to the overall look of this watch. Modern Monaco watches use sapphire crystals but they also still have the look of the acrylic crystals that were used in the earlier versions of this watch. These watches have similar design features to other modern watches with the pusher and the crown located on the right side of the watch.
The Monaco watch was designed with style and sophistication in mind. TAG Heuer spent a great deal of time and effort to perfect the design of this popular watch. This watch was also the first square-shaped watch that is also water resistant. In fact, the Monaco is water resistant up to 100 meters. Among the many striking features of the dial are the chronograph sub-dials. These sub-dials match the shape of the case which is a subtle but intriguing feature. The dial is very easy to read and the hour and hand markers stand out from the dial.  Lume is also used in the Monaco watches so you can read the time in dark conditions.  

TAG Heuer has released several new watch models including the Monaco V4. This watch has a movement that is powered by belts instead of gears. The Monaco 69 has a traditional mechanical movement and a digital chronograph that also features a hinged mechanism to flip between two different dials. There are a variety of different Monaco watch models that appeal to a wide range of customers and the quality of these watches is simply unmatched.

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Time for Worthy to Step in

As evidenced by the detailed descriptions we provide of our luxury watch line, you can rest-assured that we will do our utmost to promote your watch. Our online auction platform casts a wide net, reaching buyers that would not have seen your TAG watch otherwise. We encourage you to register as a seller at Worthy and enjoy the many unique features we have to offer. Once you are ready to sell your TAG Heuer watch, we can assure you that it will promoted to buyers with money who are serious about closing the deal.

At Worthy, we are experts in helping people like you sell watches online. Whether it’s a Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier, or any other luxury brand, our goal is to help you find interested and qualified buyers. We know the market, and we promise to get you the highest market value possible for your valued timepiece.

Curious about how we can help you sell watches for cash online? Let’s go through your options for selling. We know you have options, and are happy to help you find the best one by laying out the pros and cons—plus how different buyers determine the value of your luxury watch. We’ll also walk you through the process Worthy uses to sell your watch and how it safeguards your valuables while getting you a fair price.

Last updated: January 24, 2023