I'll just go and get all my Bling Bling out, that is really cluttering my house and hollar at yah.
What? You are into gold now? Are you not making enough spamming?
Hahahaha "Sell CASH for Gold?"
How Much can I sell $10,000 USD for?
What is it lately what all the Ad's on tv requesting your jewelry.
They must pay good prices for your old jewelry with all the competition.
I know they pay by weight and quality but how much would they pay for so 5 - 6 thick rings and some chains etc? (Aprox I know no one can say for sure without looking at them, I just want some sort of idea of the money the pay)
Go to www.kitco.com for the price of gold, listed by karat. This is a resource for precious metals, and the company posts daily prices it will pay for gold. The best one can usually get for jewelry is the "spot" price , plus ( f you're lucky) wholesale value of any gems. Both gold and diamonds have gone up in price so much that something you bought 5-10 years ago might bring you your original purchase price. If you sell to local independent jewelers, remember that the jeweler has to make a profit and knows that customers are looking for bargains. Jewelry Television buys gold. Since it's such a big company, I'd trust it more than these other companies, and you probably can call customer service for current prices. It seems better to make the effort to sell on E-bay or Craig's List. Both you and the buyer can benefit.
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