Sell + Trade + Consign
Sell + Trade + Consign
We buy all premium brands for top dollar
We are always actively buying
Vintage Rolex Sports Watches: Daytonas (1960s -1970s), Triple Date, Anti-Magnetic & Moonphase Chronographs, Early Submariners (no crown guards), Early GMTs (with small “arrowhead” tip on 24hour hand), Submariners, Sea-Dwellers, all COMEX Models, pre-Submariner Turn-O-Graphs, Explorers, Explorer II (with Orange Hand), Milgauss (with “lightning bolt” seconds hand), and all Military Models.
We also buy watch boxes, parts, accessories, tools, dealer displays, old books, manuals, catalogues, advertisements or Rolex 24hour at Daytona Race memorabilia.
Beware of Craigslist and newspaper “Want to Buy” ads! DO NOT meet a buyer in a parking lot or coffee shop!!
Scammers and thieves are posting ads on Craigslist and in local newspapers in order to dupe sellers into dangerous meetings in parking lots, strip malls and coffee shops. Dozens of sellers have been robbed, shot or even killed as a result of meeting buyers in these situations, while others have even been paid with counterfeit money. We are located in the lobby level of a secure bank building, with dozens of security cameras, as well as building security guards for your protection and peace of mind.
Please be aware that ANY dealer who buys jewelry and/or watches in the State of Florida MUST be licensed with the State. They MUST have a Secondhand Dealers and/or Secondary Metals Recyclers Permit. If you sell your watch or jewelry to an “anonymous” buyer on Craigslist or in the newspaper they may not be a legally licensed dealer, and they may be using a “rigged scale” in order to underpay you! Furthermore, since they are part of an “Underground Economy”,
you may be unknowingly supporting criminals, or other nefarious activity.
Not in the Tampa Bay area?
Step 1 - Call us to discuss the watch, and obtain a purchase authorization number
Please make sure to have the watch (including all paperwork and accessories) with you when calling. We may have questions, and will need you to describe specifics about the watch. It may be helpful to have a magnifying glass handy for this process.
We will answer any questions you may have about the process and will provide you with an estimate price range for the watch — based on your description of the age, condition, originality and authenticity of the watch.
It will also be helpful (but not required) if you shoot a few pictures of the watch and email (firstname.lastname@example.org) them before calling.