German watchmaker A. Lange and Söhne's timepieces are proudly signed Glashutte i/SA”, meaning “in Saxony”.
If you are ready to sell an A. Lange and Söhne watch, Diamond Estate is ready to pay you the best cash price for your timepiece. With an A+ BBB rating and thousands of satisfied clients nationwide, our estate buyers are recognized experts in luxury timepieces.
A. Lange and Söhne is regarded as one of the most prestigious watch manufacturers in the world. This statement is remarkable for two reasons: not only is their reputation based mainly on their accomplishments during the years since 1990, but the company is proudly German amid a sea of Swiss manufacturers.
Because of A. Lange and Söhne’s unique position in the horological world, many watch buyers are not as familiar with their timepieces, compared to those from Rolex, Patek Philippe, and other Swiss watchmakers. However, Diamond Estate is highly knowledgeable in the fine watches produced by A. Lange and Söhne. And we are eager to learn more about the particular timepiece you wish to sell.
Contact us now for an A. Lange and Söhne watch appraisal. Our verbal market appraisal will give you a good idea of your watch’s worth on the resale market, and is offered free of charge, regardless of whether you sell your A. Lange and Söhne timepiece to us.
A few examples of the A. Lange and Söhne watch models that we purchase include the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater, Richard Lange Perpetual Calendar Terraluna, Lange 31 Pink Gold, Lange 1 Tourbillon, Datograph Up Down, 1815, Datograph Flyback, and Richard Lange – Boutique Edition.
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Learn More About A. Lange and Söhne
A. Lange and Söhne was founded in 1845 by Ferdinand Adolph Lange in Glashütte, near Dresden, Germany. The innovative young craftsman pursued precision and accuracy above all else, and was the first to introduce both the metric system and the division of labor to watch manufacturing.
Lange’s greatest contribution was the invention of the three quarter plate in 1864. Allowing all the arbors of the wheel train to be kept in stable contact, the three quarter plate gives the movement more stability, and is now considered a hallmark of quality for Glashütte watches.World War II put a temporary end to the business as the company’s property was expropriated in 1948. Ferdinand’s great-grandson, Walter Lange, restarted the business in 1990, and A. Lange and Söhne soon grew from a forgotten footnote to the pinnacle of mechanical watchmaking.
The resurgent A. Lange and Söhne now creates the highest quality three quarter plate movement, all made in house from German silver, an alloy of copper and nickel.
Aesthetically, the firm’s watches feature clean lines and signature asymmetric stylings. With no overlapping dials and a patented outsize date indicator, the flagship model “Lange 1” easily won over the market when it was introduced in 1994, and has changed very little since.
The firm’s Zeitwerk line is one of the most progressive dress watches in the industry. This mechanically driven, precise digital display wristwatch was the first to display hours and minutes with jumping numerals. Both the Lange 1 and the Zeitwerk are hallmarks of German design, and are proudly signed Glashutte i/SA”, meaning “in Saxony.”
Should I Auction My A. Lange and Söhne Watch?
If you have an extraordinary A. Lange and Söhne watch, such as the platinum Zeitwerk Minute Repeater, you may be wondering whether an auction is the best place to sell your watch.
There are various things to consider when auctioning an expensive timepiece, including auction fees, wait times, etc. If you contact Diamond Estate now, we can discuss with you these issues. Our watch buyers will help you decide whether an auction or selling direct to us is the best option for your particular timepiece and circumstances.
In many cases, we can pay you a similar amount to what you likely would have received via an auction house and in a matter of days, versus waiting months for a watch auction to take place.
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