Damage to Look for in Watches
The most damaging type of physical condition is water damage. A watch that is labelled as having water damage is likely to rust, and therefore should be avoided altogether. Individuals who own a watch with rust damage are likely to be disappointed by the watch’s value as time goes on. Also, make sure that the case of a watch is not worn down to the base metal, and that it is void of any dents or cracks.
A few things to remember before bringing your watch to Vasco Assets:
- Bring all factory box and papers
- Extra links or bands
- Appraisal paperwork
- Repair paperwork