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Sell Your Roger W. Smith Watch

Roger W. Smith’s journey to becoming a watchmaker has been fuelled by a singular purpose. Today he is the undisputed flag-bearer of British high-end horology. We at A Collected Man are proud to be the only seller of pre-owned Roger W. Smith watches endorsed by the talented watchmaker.

From his workshop on the Isle of Man, Smith produces fewer than 15 watches a year, his craft informed by the 34 skills of the Daniels Method, which he mastered as the only apprentice of Dr George Daniels. Each watch is made entirely in-house and finished in the finest tradition of English watchmaking.

“Horology isn’t about standing still and accepting things as they are. It’s about pushing things forward and making small improvements wherever we can.”

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The partnership between Roger W. Smith and A Collected Man is as long-standing as it is multi-faceted. Over the last ten years we have visited his workshop and spent time discussing and studying his philosophy and dedication to championing British watchmaking.

This has allowed us to become a source of learning for those looking to discover about the independent. It has also allowed us to advise those looking to sell and buy the more than 15 pre-owned pieces we have handled so far, a number that represents the brand’s total output for a year.

We also hold the distinction of achieving record prices for a number of pieces. The latest of these was a unique Series 1, customised by A Collected Man, that fetched a world record price.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the options for selling my Roger W. Smith watch via A Collected Man?

We enjoy working with our clients to establish the optimum way to find the next home for your watch. Depending on your preference, we can offer your watch at a fixed price on our website, and on our various channels. Alternatively, we can auction your watch at a pre-agreed date, while allowing you to set a guaranteed minimum return. Lastly, we can try to find a new home for your watch offline via a private sale, allowing you to retain privacy of the sale.

How can I sell my watches – what payment options do you offer?

Finding the most suitable way for you is our priority. We can sell your watch on your behalf on consignment, while you retain ownership of it. We work with you, bringing our expertise, to find a new home for your watch. Alternatively we can purchase your watch directly from you, at an agreed price. Efficient and convenient. However, if you have another watch you are interested in or would like to part with, we are also happy to explore how we can help you with refining your collection through part-exchange.

What kind of watches do you accept?

We accept a wide range of pieces, and while our particular focus is on independent watchmakers and high-end brands, above all we look for quality within a piece, and a sense of rich history. If you believe that a piece may be of interest to us, please get in touch, and we will be happy to assess it. We provide a complimentary estimate for your watch.

How do you value a watch?

We rely on a wide range of benchmarks, in addition to current market dynamics to narrow down the appropriate price for your watch. Several other factors are also taken into consideration, such as age and the condition of the watch.

What countries do you consider watches from?

We source and sell watches globally. Our team can arrange for your watch to reach us safely through insured shipping and armed couriers, from all corners of the world.

Previous Roger W. Smith Sales

Roger W. Smith

Series 2 | 03-C | 1st Made | Yellow Gold

This yellow gold example of the Series 2 is of special note. It was the very first one ever produced, a detail confirmed by Roger W. Smith himself. It bears the number 3 on the caseback, a function of the watchmaker letting clients pick serial numbers of their choosing.

Roger W. Smith

Grande Date Flying Tourbillon No. 1 | Red Gold

The Grande Date Flying Tourbillon has the distinction of being the very first flying tourbillon to be entirely designed and produced in Britain. Seven years in the making, this watch was delivered in 2010, and is one of only four tourbillon wristwatches Roger W. Smith has ever made.

Roger W. Smith

Series 2 | Unique Piece | Stainless Steel

This unique stainless steel Roger W. Smith Series 2 is an especially early piece that represents a special chapter in the watchmaker's journey, as the only Roger W. Smith watch to have been made from stainless steel.

Roger W. Smith

Series 2 Open Dial | White Gold

One of the earliest examples of Roger W. Smith Series 2 Open Dial in the chronology of the 12 Series 2 Open Dial, as evidenced by the many transitional details, makes this watch especially important. This white gold piece represents a significant chapter in Roger W. Smith’s early work.

A notable sale

This one-of-a-kind Roger Smith Series 1 marked an important milestone in the long-standing relationship between the British watchmaker and A Collected Man. While 18 examples of the Series 1 have been made, this watch was particularly special, wearing a dial with customisations proposed by A Collected Man. When we auctioned it in 2022, it set the world record for a Series 1.

Sold on the 25th November, 2022.

How It Works

How It Works

  • Submit your watch

    Once we received your enquiry, we will come back to you within two working days, via your preferred contact method, to discuss the options for selling your watch.

  • Delivering your watch to us

    We will arrange for your watch to be shipped to us, using a fully insured, secure courier, from anywhere in the world.

  • Selling and payment

    If we purchase your watch, we’ll pay for it within two working days of receipt. On consignment, we’ll process your payment within two weeks once the watch has been sold.