Tag Archives: Gold Appraisals

How Much Can I Sell My Gold Rings & Jewelry For?

Posted on  Nov 13,2014  by 

While the process of selling your gold is fairly straightforward, many people are wary of it because, especially with online sellers, you don’t have face-to-face contact and are forced to relinquish the items without an estimate on their value. Receiving a good estimate on your pieces can be tricky, so here are three tips to… Continue reading →

Broken Gold Jewelry: Is It Worth As Much?

Posted on  Oct 27,2014  by 

If you’re new to the gold market, you probably have a lot of questions about how it works, how you can determine the worth of your items, which items are worth more, etc.  Here is a simple guide to determining the worth of your pieces according to current market prices and their gold content.  Take… Continue reading →

Cash for Gold Scams: Avoiding Untrustworthy Dealers

Posted on  Sep 17,2014  by 

With the plethora of scammers and hackers and con-men who exist and work in the online marketplace and regular stores, it is understandable that some people might have misgivings about the recent explosion of cash for gold businesses.  Many gold buyers also operate online, which adds another layer of anonymity and insecurity for some.  There… Continue reading →

Gold Value Calculator: 24k v. 18k v. 14k v. 10k

Posted on  Sep 08,2014  by 

As you’re aware, the price of gold has been soaring for quite some time now, and it may be time for you to cash in.  Whether you’re looking for some extra cash, money for a student loan payment, or to fill your gas tank to get to work, selling old, broken, or mismatched gold items… Continue reading →

Scrap Gold Calculator: How Much Is Your Gold Worth

Posted on  May 22,2014  by 

Scrap gold refers to any gold that is sent to a refinery or processed for recycling, and it can include jewelry, coins, gold bars, and more.  There are literally thousands of companies online and off who are vying for your business; the gold market has been exploding for the last few years, and the market… Continue reading →