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0161 971 1936

Contact us to sell your Cartier watch and get a quick valuation and secure payment. We specialise in buying pre-owned luxury watches at a fair price.

Money for Watches is a specialist division of DB Auctions Limited. We have been specialising in purchasing high value products for over 20 years.

Money For Watches has built a reputation for offering you the best value for high end your High-end Cartier. We also buy other brands of luxury timepieces, modern and vintage, with or without papers.

Cartier are in high demand. If you are planning to sell your Cartier, simply contact our friendly buying team for a hassle-free quotation.

The process is very simple – we contact you within minutes of receiving your enquiry. We discuss the specification of your watch and then provide you with a quotation.

Once agreed, we will arrange to collect your Cartier watch at a place convenient to you – this is usually within 24 hours of agreeing the price with you. Rest assured, before parting with your watch, funds will be electronically transferred into your bank account.

Simple, fast, effective and without risk.

Money in your bank account in as little as 24 hours. Remember, we only take delivery of you watch once you have received your money.

Call us now for a free, no obligation quotation.

0161-971 1936

We specialise in buying Cartier watches but are interested in all luxury watch brands including Patek Philippe, Rolex, Omega, and Audemars Piguet.

Money For Watches is a Special Division of DB Auctions Limited. Company Number: 10343685.

How to Sell My Cartier Watch

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If you want to sell your Cartier wristwatch, you have many, many options.

Watch resellers, online auction sites, real auctions and more are all available, but leave a lot to be desired. Many have few safeguards in place to prevent frauds and scams, and most require lots of effort on your part. But if you choose to sell your precious timepiece to us, we guarantee a fair price, minimal expense of time and effort on your part, and guaranteed funds in your bank before we collect your timepiece.

So, how does work when Selling my Cartier Watch?

Step 1: Contact Us

The first step is to contact us, either through our online contact form or at 0161 971 1936. You tell us about the model and condition of your Cartier watch, and we message you back within 24 hours with an offer.

Step 2: Agree a Price

We provide no-obligation quotations. That means you don’t have to sign anything or accept our offer if you’re not happy with it. You’re free to choose an alternative way to sell your Cartier watch at any point.

Step 3: Arrange Collection

If you are happy, we can arrange to collect your Cartier watch. There are several options: a representative of can collect the watch in person, you can send it registered mail to one of our offices, or bring the watch to us yourself if that’s more convenient. Collection can be arranged at any time on any date to suit your schedule.

Step 4: Enjoy Your Cash!

We never collect a Cartier timepiece without guaranteeing your payment first. Payment can be made in cash or through direct bank transfer.

How Much Will I Get for My Cartier Watch?

Cartier watches are luxury timepieces that command luxury timepiece prices. The exact cost depends on several factors, but resold Cartier wristwatches fetch thousands or tens of thousands of pounds on the open market. Our representatives are experts in the subject of high-end watches, and can therefore offer you a generous price that reflects the true value of your asset.

What Determines the Price of My Cartier Watch?

The price of your Cartier timepiece depends on several factors.

Not least of these is the model of the watch. Cartier, like all other prestige watchmaking brands, offers both high-end and entry-level models. Limited-run models and lines can be exceptionally expensive, and often cost more at auction than they did when new.

The cost also depends on the condition of the watch. Watches naturally experience wear and tear, even if great care is taken to keep them pristine. Small scratches and dents add up over the years, especially on older models that have received regular wear.

Why Is The Best Place to Sell Your Cartier Watch?

Given that there are so many watch resellers, pawn shops, auction houses and other avenues to choose from… Why should you sell your watch through

Easier than other services. We pride ourselves on how easy it is to resell your Cartier watch through us. All you need to do is tell us about your timepiece, send a photo, and let us do the rest.

Pay first, collect later. Unlike other watch reselling services, we guarantee payment before collection. This keeps you safe from the scams rife throughout the reselling industry.

Our Trustpilot rating. We have a 4.9/5 rating, testament to our excellent service and competitive offers.

We buy watches in poor condition, and/or without papers.

Since we offer no-obligation quotations, you’re free to explore other services too. But we’re sure to meet your every need.

Cartier Watches: The History

The Cartier brand is best known for its jewelry, but has an extensive collection of timepieces, too. Cartier is perhaps the foremost jewelry brand in the world, and was famously deemed the jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers by King Edward VII; it is this prestige that they bring to the world of watchmaking.

While they may be best known for their necklaces and rings, but their pedigree in the world of watchmaking stretches back over a hundred years. Perhaps their most famous line is the Santos de Cartier/Cartier Santos, which was first designed in 1911. The Tank watch, Tank cintrée, Tank Chinoise and mystery clocks were made soon after. As popular as their jewelry was for the elite, so too were their watches, such as when one was given as a gift to the young Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II).

The prestige and finesse of Cartier watches means that they are still popular today. Kate Middleton, for example, has been pictured wearing a Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.

How Do Cartier Watches Work?

inside a cartier watch

Cartier timepieces are known more for their status than for their innovation. That, of course, is not to say that they use subpar mechanisms or inferior build quality. But Cartier have not been at the forefront of invention as Rolex or Patek Philippe have; their list of patents is relatively short.

That being said, Cartier watches are available with a variety of mechanisms. Cartier offer simple automatic movements and simple date systems, as do all manufacturers; they also produce watches with complex tourbillon movements and perpetual calendars.

Which Cartier Watch Models Are the Most Popular?

Popular cartier watch models

Cartier, like other watchmakers, produce many different models of watch. Some date back over a century with minimal difference in look over that long period, while others are relatively new. The most popular Cartier watches include:

The tank was first produced in 1917 as a tribute to the Allied Forces of the Great War. It features rounded corners and distinctive flat vertical edges.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier. The Ballon Bleu has a large, round face and bold numerals. Its distinctive guilloche sapphire dial mean that the watch is equal parts elegant and strong.

Santos de Cartier. This watch was designed especially for famed Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos Dumont for use while flying. Its design is striking, with large and obvious screws studded along the band and a distinctive two-tone face.

Panthère de Cartier. This iconic timepiece is like a more elegant version of the Cartier Santos. It has a similar but smaller two-tone face, but this time with a striped two-tone band to match.

Other models include the Santos-Dumont (often confused with the Santos de Cartier), the Ronde Solo de Cartier, and the Maillon.