Call us to arrange an appointment with one of our experts.

Alternatively you can fill out the Valuation Form adjacent, and upload at least one image to submit to us.

  • We will contact you within 2 working days with a valuation. If you’re happy with this, then we will discuss the best way forward with the sale.


Agreed to sell

  • When you have agreed to sell your watch through auction, one of our experts will complete a Consignment Form. This is the contract and receipt stating your instruction for us to sell. The form carries your personal reference number for that particular consignment and all terms & conditions of the sale. You will also receive a complimentary catalogue of the sale including your lot(s).


  • You can leave a reserve price on any of your items agreed with the expert to prevent your lot(s) from possibly selling for lower than expected.


  • Vendors will be charged 12.5%+VAT (15% inclusive) seller’s commission on all lots which are sold.
  • No other charges will apply.
  • Seller's commission can be negotiated depending on value or quantity of lots consigned to the auction.


  • You can either bring your item(s) to us in person or send them in the post. This is your responsibility and you will have to take out insurance with the courier company of your choice. Royal Mail Special Delivery is recommended and insured up to ?2500.00 per parcel.


  • After your goods have successfully sold, you will be sent a sales result notification a few days after the auction, listing the individual lot(s) and the price realised for each item. If you wish to know the outcome on the day, you are welcome to telephone the saleroom about an hour after the end of the auction. Payment is normally made by sterling cheque up to 21 days after the sale date (providing we have received full payment from the buyer for that lot). You will also receive a settling statement detailing the final commission deducted from the sale price.