Patek Philippe Watch Consignment
To discover the value of your Patek Philippe watch, simply submit your photos and information to Sotheby's through our easy-to-use online estimate form. Some of the most popular consigned Patek Philippe models, Complications, Grand Complications, Golden Ellipse, Nautilus, Aquanaut, and Calatrava, might fetch more than you dreamed, and that’s the excitement of live and online auctions.
Founded in 1851, Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe & Co. designs and manufactures timepieces and movements, including some of the most complicated mechanical watches. Based in Geneva and Vallée de Joux, Switzerland, the company created the Patek Philippe Caliber 89, one of the world’s most complicated pocket mechanical watches. It is crafted from 18K gold, has 24 hands, 1,728 components and 33 special features, including a thermometer and a star chart.
Sotheby's live auctions happen in London, New York, Geneva and Hong Kong, and online auctions and private sales also have broad appeal. In the second auction of the weekly series, a Patek Philippe watch sold for 3,750,000 HKD, making it the most expensive watch ever sold in an online sale. When you are ready to sell a luxury watch, let Sotheby’s help you realise the highest price for your Patek Philippe watch.
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Patek Philippe Watches Consigned with Sotheby's
Frequently Asked Questions
- How much does a Patek Philippe appraisal from Sotheby's cost?Our estimate valuations are complimentary and do not cost you anything. We review all submissions and provide valuations for watches we believe we can sell at auction. We will inform you if your watch is not a good fit for a Sotheby's auction, and we will do our best to provide you with a recommendation of another venue to sell your watch.
- How does Sotheby's determine how much my Patek Philippe watch is worth?Our specialists have decades of experience in appraising and selling Patek Philippe watches and are very familiar with the global market for them. When you submit your watch for a valuation, our specialists consider its condition, ownership history, completeness (inclusion of papers or box), model, rarity, and its current desirability by collectors.
- When is the best time to sell my Patek Philippe?Throughout the year, Sotheby's watch sales are hosted online and in international selling locations such as Hong Kong, London, Geneva and New York. Once you consign a Patek Philippe watch, our specialists will help determine the best way to market it, based upon their understanding of watch buyers and collectors. Our specialists also will suggest the optimal location and time of year to sell your timepiece.
- Must I have the original documents or receipts that came with my Patek Philippe timepiece?Our specialists will need clear photographs and as much information as you can provide in order to determine your watch's estimate. If you have documentation for your Patek Philippe, please include it in your submission. If you do not have documentation, our specialists can still provide you with a valuation. Once you submit your Patek Philippe information online, you will be able to track the estimate process. One of our specialists will be in touch with you if there are any questions about your timepiece.
- Where can I find the model number for my Patek Philippe?The model or reference number for any Patek Philippe watch resides on the inside of the case and can be seen only when the back is removed. The serial number visible on the outside back of the timepiece is unique to that particular watch.
Sotheby’s is your best resource to buy, consign and sell a Patek Philippe watch such as a new, pre-owned, used, vintage or antique wristwatch or pocket watch in platinum, yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, pink gold, stainless steel or silver in styles such as Grand Complications, Complications wristwatch, Golden Ellipse, Nautilus, Geneve, Iced Out, g4 Boyz, Grandmaster Chime, Aquanaut, Calatrava, Sky Moon Tourbillon, Super Complication, Skeleton, Calibre 89, Classique, Minute Repeater, Celestial, Moon Phase, World Time, Bust Down, Perpetual Calendar, Chronograph, Gondolo or with blue face in rare and expensive styles such as a Ref 658, Ref 1591, Ref 3448, Ref 2523, Ref 2499, Ref 1579, Ref 5970, Ref 5020, Ref 1579, Ref 2526, Ref 3450, Ref 5204, Ref 5004, Ref 5102, Ref 5131 or Ref 5002, Ref 5711, Ref 7511 timepiece.