Sell your Rolex Preston

Sell your Rolex Preston



Watches by Timepiece are an independent Rolex watch supplier who cover Preston and the surrounding Preston areas. We specialise in luxury watches from prestigious brands including Rolex. If you are looking to sell your Rolex, we also buy unworn and pre-owned Rolex watches and other prestige brands including vintage watches from customers situated in Preston. If you would like to sell your luxury watch from Preston please complete our sell your watch form below.



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Looking to sell your Rolex watch in Preston?

Sell my Rolex Preston

We offer highly competitive prices for all models of Rolex watches

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Can also part exchange your Rolex watch against any watches we have in stock

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We offer highly competitive prices for all models of Rolex watches in Preston





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At Watches by Timepiece we provide a quick and hassle free way to sell your Rolex. We will buy in most pre-owned or nearly new Rolex watches in Preston, including DateJust, Submariner, Daytona, Explorer, Deepsea, Milgauss, Oyster Perpetual Date, Yacht-Master, Air-King, Sea-Dweller, Day-Date, Cellini, Oyster Precision, GMT Master, Sky-Dweller, Turn-O-Graph, Precision Pearlmaster and Vintage models. Whether you are looking to sell outright or part exchange against one of our watches we will offer the best prices. Looking to part exchange your watch? Please view our stock for our currently available Rolex watches for sale in Preston.

How it works

Sell my Rolex watch

Tell us about your Rolex watch

Fill out the form above, let us know the type, age, and style of watch you own and send us some pictures

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Leave it to our experts for a same day valuation

Our Rolex experts will look at the details you have provided and get back to you within 24hrs with a quick valuation

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Visit us in-store & receive a direct payment

If you are happy with your valuation drop off your watch at one of our stores and get same day payment

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Sell your Rolex watch for cash at our shops across North-West England. Located in Wigan, Blackburn, Bury, Chester, Telford, Shrewsbury and the Trafford Centre in Manchester

We are a trusted and reputable company which was first established in 1991 with not only our online store but also seven brick and mortar retail branches across Preston and the North-West of England. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service and giving complete peace of mind from start to finish.

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We can arrange to meet you to speak to one of our experts about your Rolex watch.



Talk to us today:   01942 821515   sales@watchesbytimepiece.com




Most commonly asked questions

Where can I sell my Rolex near me?    

We have seven retail shops across North-West England, situated in the Trafford Centre in Manchester, Chester, Telford, Shrewsbury, Blackburn, Bury and Wigan. We also have an office in Canary Wharf, London which is by appointment only. For customers who can't travel to our retail shops we can arrange to meet up to complete the buying of your Rolex.

How to sell my Rolex watch?    

Simply fill out the form with as much information about your watch as possible, such as the model number, condition, when last serviced, etc. We will contact you to discuss any details about your watch and then give our offer to purchase. Alternatively, you can email our buying department at watchbuyer@watchesbytimepiece.com

Can I part exchange my Rolex watch?    

Simply put, yes! We will gladly provide a bespoke part exchange offer for your watch against any watch we have in stock. Please do tell us which of our Rolex watches you are looking to purchase in the additional details of the form above, or simply click the "Part Exchange" button on the product page for the watch on our website. If you are looking for a specific model of watch that we do not have in stock, please do still get in touch. We have a large network of sources and can supply most models of Rolex, Omega, Patek Philippe and other brands.

How much is my Rolex worth?        

If you are looking to value your Rolex to sell, when making our offers on nearly new, pre-owned Rolex watches and vintage Rolex watches there are many factors which are evaluated in order to give the best valuation offer price we can. Details such as age, condition and availability can affect prices and we use our many years of experience with buying and selling these kind of luxury watches to work out the true value of the watch so we can give the very best prices.


The city of Preston was only quite recently given its city status. Until 2012 it was a large town. The event was momentous amongst the local ‘Prestonians’ who welcomed the Queen, who visited Preston during its transition to city status.


Preston as a town dates back to 1086 in the Domesday survey making it of Anglo-Saxon origin. Its name also suggests a heavy emphasis on religion with it then being known as ‘Priests Tun’ translating to a priest’s estate.

During the industrial revolution in the 14th century, helped by its easy access to the River Ribble, Preston became a successful trading port for the North West. Further introductions such as a quay and inland dock during the 18th and 19th centuries helped to increase this success.

In the 16th century Preston became well established in the wool and linen industry. Much of the street plan laid out at the time is still present today in the city. Friargate, Church Street and Fishergate are there, with the latter being one of the main indoor shopping centres in the area. During Victorian times more areas were created like Market Street and Orchard street, both still in use today. Another victorian area was Miller Arcade which is now utilized as another indoor shopping venue, albeit smaller than Fishergate.

In the 18th century Preston became a predominantly Catholic town, one of the largest in the country for its time. This was following anti catholic laws being abolished in England. St Walburge’s church, dating back to the 18th century still remains today as a key place for worshippers and tourists alike, featuring one of the tallest spires in the country.

Preston is also known for its beautiful green spaces, especially within the city centre. In the 1860s landscape designer Edward Milner wanted to create an interlinked series of parks to be ‘harmonious as one’ and set about designing Avenham Park and Miller Park, linked via intricate pathways. Many of the pathways run alongside the river and provide popular riverside walks for the locals.


Over the years Avenham Park has seen additions and improvements to its original design. Avenham walk is a tree lined path that runs in conjunction with a length of the river through the park and is renowned for its picturesque views. Since 1867, even before the park was officially opened to the public an Easter tradition of egg rolling has drawn a crowd to the area, with it even being documented in the Liverpool Mercury publication which praises the event and helped secure its yearly repetition. The review was written as follows:

“I never saw the festival of Eastertide don such an air of thorough-going festivity in any town as in Preston. The people have a park there – nestling snugly on the brink of the river Ribble, so famous for its salmon; and though this park is the very miniature of all its race it is so well ordered, so tastefully laid out, so entwined and enfolded in beautiful walks, so dotted with fountains and streams and miniature lakes, and so picturesquely situated, that it is a very gem of parks”.


Preston is also home to some impressive architecture. Winckley square is made up of beautiful Georgian buildings which now serve the purpose of offices for the local businesses. In 1968 duo Keith Ingham and Charles Wilson designed another of Prestons iconic structures; Preston Bus Station. Built in the ‘Brutalist’ style the still functioning station is now a grade 2 listed building and is even the largest bus station in the entirety of Europe, it is also one of the major transport hubs of the area.

Having trouble uploading images or using the form?

Having trouble uploading images or using the form? You are welcome to email us at watchbuyer@watchesbytimepiece.com. Simply provide your name and contact details so we can get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please also include as much information about your watch as possible such as the brand, model number, age and whether the original box and paperwork are available. Don't forget to attach any photographs you have of the watch as these help us to provide the fairest offer we can.

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