Sell your Patek Philippe watch in the NYC area. We love anything and everything Patek Philippe. If you are thinking of selling one of these fine watches give us a call or fill out the form on the right for more information and to set up an appointment. We can help you sell your Patek Philippe watch in the NYC area for top dollar! First and foremost here is some information about the brand. We buy all kinds of Patek models like the Graves, Gondolo, vintage Patek Watches, and newer models like the aquanaut, comlicated, moon phase, grand complications and many other models. We buy new, used, old or even broken watches. We are located in midtown Manhattan in NYC’s Diamond District and strive to be the best and highest paying Patek Philippe Watch Buyer in all of New York. We are located at 30 West 47th St #806 New York, NY 10036 and we are open from 10am-6pm from Monday to Saturday and are closed on Sunday. Feel free to stop by during business hours or give us a call to make an appointment, remember bring everything that came with your watch for the best price guaranteed. Here is some information about Patek Philippe Patek Philippe was launched in 1839 by two Polish immigrants. Patek Philippe made its first watch in 1868 – which included a perpetual calendar, divided-seconds chronograph hand and minute repeater. For an up-and- arriving organization this is a remarkable feat. Patek Philippe watches usually are sold for updated technical features and a high-price for their exclusive look. The business was ordered by the Stern family in 1932. The company has come a considerable ways from its modest beginnings – having produced more than 40,000 watches in 2002 alone. Patek Philippe made an extra-challenging pocket watch solely for Henry Graves Jr. which sold for $11 million in 1999. This is one of the most expensive watch ever offered. Nine years later the company broke another document by selling one of the most expensive modern wristwatch. The Sky Moon Tourbillion which was a platinum watch, offered for $1.49 trillion. When a Patek Philippe wristwatch became the most expensive watch sold during an auction, selling at $5.5 million another file was set in 2010.