Sell your Patek Philippe Watch Today!
Selling your Patek Philippe watch to Keno Brothers Jewelers is a discreet process with an emphasis on professionalism and integrity. Keno Brothers Jewelers promise to maximize your payment using the most advanced pricing models and methods, using Gemological testing and all pertinent research.
When applicable we research all actual auction results and watch pricing databases when evaluating your valuables. Read the guide below for help selling your Patek Philippe watch to us, please contact us today for more information.
Find the Reference, Case, and Movement Numbers
Patek Philippe produces a limited number of watches each year, however they do have a wide variety of models, vintages and styles. Patek Philippe watches are renowned as one of the most collectable watch brands worldwide, with collections dating back to the early 19th century. It’s important to understand what type of watch you specifically have.
You need to be looking for the:
- Reference number
- Case number
- Movement number
Patek Philippe Watch Reference Numbers and Model Names
Reference numbers for Patek Philippe watches can be found in their paperwork of Certificate of Origin. If you do not have this paperwork, you will have to open the caseback of the watch. At Keno Brothers, we are happy to assist you with this process. The reference number can be found on the inside of the metal ring around the crystal caseback or inside a solid caseback.
The reference number will tell you about which model Patek Philippe watch you have. People often also reference these watches by model names.
Why is a Patek Philippe so valuable? Take a look at how it became the most expensive timepiece in the world:
Here is a list of common Patek Philippe Watch Collections:
- The Grand Complications Collection
- The Complications Collection
- The Calatrava Collection
- The Gondolo Collection
- The Golden Ellipse Collection
- The Nautilus Collection
- The Aquanaut Collection
- The Twenty~4 Collection
- The Pocket Watches Collection
Letter Material Codes
You will often see letters accompanying Patek Philippe reference numbers which indicates the material of the watch. Here is what they stand for:
- A – Steel
- T – Titanium
- J – Yellow Gold
- G – White Gold
- R – Rose gold
- P – Platinum
Philippe Patek Watch Movement and Case Numbers
You will also need to know your movement and case number. The case number for a Philippe Patek watch can also be found on the inside of the metal ring around the crystal caseback or inside a solid caseback. If you have trouble finding this, you can contact us at Keno Brothers Jewelers to assist.
Sell your Patek Philippe Watch at Keno Brothers Jewelers
Keno Brothers Jewelers‘ paramount interest is creating satisfied clients by delivering maximum value for your Patek Philippe. We promise to maximize your payment using the most advanced pricing models and methods, using Gemological testing and all pertinent research. When applicable we research all actual auction results and watch pricing databases when evaluating your valuables.
Keno Brothers Jewelers is the leading buyer of gold, fine jewelry, fine watches such as Patek Philippe and Rolex, vintage watches and diamonds in the resale market. Keno Bros provides a truly liquid market for previously owned gold, jewelry, diamonds, and watches of all types. Keno Brothers Jewelers has been a trusted Fort Lauderdale jewelry store in the community for over 30 years.
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