A Guide to Valuing Watches - A Two Day Course
Benefits to you?
By the end of the course, you will understand the process that you need to go through to determine the correct market to find comparables. You will understand how to assess the watches you value with market comparables and the impact of any differences in the watches, their condition, or any accessories they present with. You will know where to find market data and how to interpret this best to arrive at a final value.
Benefits to your organisation?
A clear understanding of the drivers of value will allow greater precision when valuing for insurance replacement. It will enable more competitive reserve setting for auction without being unrealistic, prevent overlending against watches and facilitate better buying decisions.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for Valuers, Auction House Specialists, Pawnbrokers, Retailers, Insurers, Collectors, and anyone who needs to assign a value to watches.
Courses are held in London, Birmingham, and Manchester. If you require the content of any of these courses event tailored to your organisation or have more than eight people to train, it may be better for you to host a private event. Please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss this.
Applying a value to a watch can be necessary for many reasons. It may be a replacement value at the new retail level or a replacement from the secondary market. It may be a value to sell or a value for probate or family division. For each of these situations, it is crucial to understand which market you should be comparing to and the exact nature of your watch.