-> If you would like to submit your watch to the registry, please complete the Alpha Hands stolen watch registry submission form.
I don’t think much of the stolen watch registries that require you to pay to access the database. Who knows if they even have any pieces of your manufacturer and reference (maybe you are searching for your Lemania across their database of 2 Lemanias)? Why even submit to those databases if others don’t use them? And if you are the one with the loss, don’t forget if your is recovered through the database company (not necessarily a bad thing), there are fees to pay. And there can even be fees just to submit to the registry.
So with that, I’ll aggregate (primarily vintage) watches I find publicized as stolen. If you would like to have a watch added to this database, please contact me with details, including manufacturer, reference, images, any comments to help identify. Best if you can also send a police report, if you have one (will be noted in the database).
I will only be adding watches for which there is either a known serial/case/movement number or some clear identifying mark(s). To simply have a lost Rolex Daytona with no other information won’t be of help. Repeat after me: “nobody will be able to help me find a lost or stolen watch if I don’t have a record of the serial/case/movement number at a minimum.”
In addition to searching the below, always make sure to do a broader search (aka Google) for the serial number of the watch you are purchasing (or even a fraction of the serial number) to see if you can find information in addition to this database. Make sure your pieces are insured appropriately, and get a good home safe!
To learn more specifics about any watch in the table below (description, poster of watch, date posted as stolen, etc.), simply click on the row.
As with the rest of this Website, the following table, and data contained therein, is subject to Alpha Hands LLC Terms and Conditions