#1 Las Vegas Rolex Buyers
We are always looking to pay top dollar for unwanted Rolex watches.
We’re a one-stop-shop for all things Rolex. From maintenance advice
to repair advice, Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers is your local Rolex resource. Oh, and did we mention we buy more Rolex watches than anyone in Nevada? The reason so many customers come to Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers is pretty simple. We offer more money and better customer service than anyone else on the West Coast. Collectors and many dealers sell Rolex watches to us because we simply offer the best value. Don’t take your Rolex to a “Cash for Gold” chain. Visit the professional appraisers
at Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers for immediate cash payments for your Rolex watch.
What kind of Rolex watches do you buy?
While we purchase watches from all manufacturers
, we specialize in Rolex products. Chiefly, we purchase modern (1970-present) and antique Rolex watches (1970 or earlier). For antique Rolex watches, we are especially interested in chronographs (small dials on the face and two small buttons on the sides), square, rectangle or oddly shaped Rolex watches.
If you have a modern Rolex, we want to purchase it. The great thing about owning a Rolex is that they hold their value better than most other brands. Don’t let your Rolex collect dust in a drawer. Get immediate cash payment for all modern Rolex watches by calling (702) 547-1670 or visiting our store.
Some of the most common models include:
- Rolex Chronograph
- Rolex Daytona
- Rolex GMT
- Rolex Oyster Collection
- Rolex Submariner
- Rolex Cellini
- Rolex Concord Impresario
- Rolex Yachtmaster
- Rolex Datejust
- Rolex Day-Date
- Any Gold Rolex Watch
If you don’t see your Rolex listed here, visit our store for a free appraisal. We want to purchase your Rolex watch and will offer top cash value.
Rolex watches are frequently counterfeited, often illegally sold on the street and online. Counterfeit Rolex watches vary in quality, with some using the cheapest of movements and others using automatic movements, some even with an ETA movement. However, most counterfeit watches are easily identifiable by jewelers and other experts.