Each Watch Certificate™
meets the same specifications whatever the appraised watch.
The control points take up, according to the rules of the art, each of the major elements constituting a timepiece
The control points reflect at least all the verifications performed by a watchmaker in the context of an overhaul
To date, the list of points controlled on each watch is made up of the following elements:
Brand / Model / Reference / Year Diameter / Lug Size / Type Movement Type / Movement Caliber Case / Papers / AccessoriesEstimated Market Value Technical Specifics:
Serial number on the case / Serial number on the movement Case material / Strap material Weight / Water resistance Overhaul / Polishing Expertise - Condition and authenticity:
General condition / Case / Bezel / Crown Glass / Case back / Dial Hands / Strap / Buckle / Movement Additional elements :
Purchase invoices / Maintenance invoices High definition photographs:
Face / Back / Crown / Movement Bracelet / Buckle / Case back / Serial numbers Papers / Case (if provided) Accessories: Overbox, Notice, Extract from archives, Certificate, Purchase invoice, Maintenance invoices...FOR SECOND HAND WATCHES:
A theft status check is performed using THE WATCH REGISTER
, the largest international database of stolen watch serial numbers.