Diamond Estate’s watch buyers are the best way to sell your Panerai watch for cash. Our clients sell Panerai watches to us for two important reasons: 1) Our Panerai appraisal and sales process is fast, secure, and risk free. 2) Every customer is guaranteed a generous and immediate cash offer based on the worldwide market value of their used Panerai timepiece.
Our 2nd generation luxury watch buyers have 50+ years of combined industry expertise in luxury estate buying, especially with rare Panerai wristwatches. Our used watch buyers leverage that experience to get you the maximum cash return for luxury Swiss timepieces, including Panerai limited-edition watches.
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Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for all of your previously-owned watches from Panerai. Our owner Carl Blackburn is a recognized expert in added brand valuation for diamond jewelry and luxury timepieces. Sell your Panerai watch to the most trusted Swiss watch buyer in the United States.
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Sell a used Panerai watch to our Diamond Estate Rolex Buyers and get paid in cash today. Contact us now to schedule a confidential appraisal of your Panerai timepiece. Our free verbal Panerai appraisals involve no risk or obligations.
Local customers can schedule their free Panerai watch consultation at our buying office in beautiful La Jolla Cove. We are located at 864 Prospect St. Suite A, and offer free parking with a confirmed appointment.
If you are an out-of-state customer, we have established buying locations throughout the United States where you can bring your pre-owned Panerai wristwatch.
Our watch buyers also can provide you with a free consultation and preliminary watch appraisal over the phone, then arrange for the secure shipping of your Panerai to our flagship office in La Jolla, CA.
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Find out why so many satisfied clients throughout the country rank Carl Blackburn and Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers as the best place to sell a Panerai timepiece, including the Luminor, Radiomir, Granturismo, Scuderia, GMT, Chronograph & Mare Nostrum.
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The Italian watch brand Panerai is famous for its distinctive line of watches based on the company’s early association with the Royal Italian Navy. Officially known as “Officine Panerai,” the firm now enjoys a kind of cult following—they have a devoted group of fanatic patrons known as the “Paneristis.”
Founded in Florence in 1860 by Guido Panerai, the family enterprise initially made precision nautical instruments, and secured numerous patents for optical devices and watches. In 1916, Panerai developed the luminous substance “Radiomir,” a radium-based powder that illuminated the dials of instruments.
Just before the beginning of World War II, Panerai was commissioned by the Italian Navy to design a tough diving watch—the “Panerai Radiomir.” Equipped with a Rolex movement, the original Radiomir was a full 47 mm in diameter, and featured illuminated, easy to read numerals, a large, cushion-shaped steel case, and welded wire lugs. Though only 350 were produced, the Radiomir would have a profound effect on the Panerai of today.
Panerai continued to make watches for military applications throughout the 20th century, including the Mare Nostrum, made specifically for deck officers, and Radiomir Egiziano for the Egyptian Navy. The highly radioactive Radiomir was eventually replaced by Luminor, and Panerai finally offered its watches for public sale in 1993. Limited editions of the Luminor, the Luminor Marina, and the Mare Nostrum sold well and eventually became luxurious cult objects.
Panerai was taken over by the Vendôme Group in 1997, which later merged with the luxury goods group Richemont. The company has invested steadily in its manufacturing of in-house movements, and is now a leader in the luxury sport watch industry.