Sell your Rolex Shrewsbury
Watches by Timepiece are an independent Rolex watch supplier who cover Shrewsbury and the surrounding Shrewsbury 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 Shrewsbury. If you would like to sell your luxury watch from Shrewsbury please complete our sell your watch form below.
Looking to sell your Rolex watch in Shrewsbury?
We offer highly competitive prices for all models of Rolex watches
Can also part exchange your Rolex watch against any watches we have in stock
Same day payment by cash or bank transfer, quick and secure
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 Shrewsbury, 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 Shrewsbury.
How it works
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
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
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
Quick valuation in-store
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 Shrewsbury and the North-West of England. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service and giving complete peace of mind from start to finish.
Can't visit one of our shops?
We can arrange to meet you to speak to one of our experts about your Rolex watch.
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 email@example.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.
Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire, lies on the River Severn, 9 miles east of the English border with Wales. Anecdotally christened ‘The Jewel of the Severn’, the centre of Shrewsbury lies within a natural loop of the river, making it an ideal place to establish an early settlement. Initially the main town of the Kingdom Of Powys, Shrewsburys’ original name was Scrobbesbyrig, meaning the fortified place. This then became Schrosberie and finally Shrewsbury.
Starting life as a wooden stockade during the time of the Anglo-Saxons, Shrewsbury saw many conflicts between the English and the Welsh due to its physical location. Shrewsbury was given to Roger de Montgomery as a gift by King William 1, and continued to grow and flourish. William began construction of a castle in Shrewsbury, subsequently finished and then expanded by Roger de Montgomery. The castle is now home to the Shropshire Regimental Museum, which contains many historical artefacts related to Shrewsburys military past. These include the first VC awarded to a British soldier in WWII, the baton carried by Hitlers successor, Admiral Karl Donitz and a lock of hair belonging to Napoleon Bonaparte.
The fortunes of Shrewsbury were particularly lifted in the middle ages when it became a major trading post for Welsh wool. Shrewsbury became the main distributor of Welsh wool to the rest of Britain and Western Europe. The major trading routes were the river itself and Watling Street (now the A5), built by the Romans to connect London to Virconium (now Wroxeter), a major Roman settlement of the time, the ruins of which lie a few miles outside Shrewsbury.
During the English civil war, Shrewsbury was a royalist stronghold, only falling to parliamentarian forces after a gate within the town walls was opened by a parliamentarian sympathiser. (The gate is still known as ‘Traitors Gate’ to this day).
Moving on to more modern times, Shrewsbury has become centres for both the tourism industry and the service sector. Shrewsbury has a wealth of Medieval, Tudor and Georgian buildings, laid out in a random, organic manner, with many narrow passages, known locally as ‘shuts’ connecting one part of the town with another. Tourists visit Shrewsbury from all over the world, notably from Japan.
Shrewsbury is also known as ‘The Town of Flowers, partly due to the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show, the worlds oldest continuously held floral show, held every August in the towns main park. A ‘Britain in Bloom’ winner on more than one occasion, the town council and many local businesses pride themselves on the floral displays maintained all over the town throughout the year.
Shrewsbury was recently listed (Jan 2021) in a national newspaper as one of the Top 20 nicest towns to live in the UK.
Having trouble uploading images or using the form?
Having trouble uploading images or using the form? You are welcome to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.