Atlanta's Rolex Watch Buyer

Sell Rolex and other Luxury watches!
Rolex watch buyer

Why Sell Rolex to Chapes-JPL?

Chapes-JPL is one of the nation’s leading luxury watch and Rolex watch buyers.  With over thirty eight years experience in buying and lending on luxury watches. We can quickly evaluate your watch against today’s prices and give you an honest offer. Simply said, sell Rolex watches for cash at todays best value.

At Chapes-JPL, we buy Rolex watches at a fair value that is based on its age and condition. Our experienced and educated watch buyers are always available at our office in Atlanta, Georgia. We buy watches made by Rolex, Patek Phillip, Breitling, Omega, Ulysse Nardin and others. 

We know that a Rolex watch is more than just a way to tell time, it’s an investment. When cared for, they not only retain their value but in some cases because of supply and demand may even increase. Call today to get an estimate on your watches value.

How to Sell a Watch.

Call or click 404-504-7021 to make an apppointment

Watches We Buy

sell Rolex watch

Rolex

sell patek phillipe watch

Patek Philippe

sell audemars piguet watch

Audemars Piguet

sell Hublot watch

Hublot

sell corum watch

Corum

sell ulysse nardin watch

Ulysse Nardin

sell breitling watch

Breitling

sell IWC watch

IWC

Contact us about other watch brands

FREE ONLINE ASSESSMENT

Chapes expert appraisers have been buying gold, diamonds, jewelry and watches in Atlanta since 1980.

Visiting Chapes-JPL is unlike a typical jewelry store or pawn shop. We conduct all watch appraisals in our private, upscale office at the Lenox Building.  Additionally, you can sell diamonds, gold and jewelry at a fair price.

Furthermore, you can use your Rolex to get a loan  instead of selling it. In addition to getting the cash you need today, with a loan you won’t lose your watch. 

Find out for yourself why thousands of people in Atlanta choose Chapes-JPL to sell their gold, diamonds, jewelry and Rolex watches.
Sell Watches and watch collections in Atlanta was last modified: March 30th, 2018 by Lee Benhayon