All jewelry is required by law to be stamped so consumers will know the quality of gold used. Jewelry made in North America is typically marked with the karat grade (10K, 14K, etc.), and jewelry made in Italy is typically marked with the "fineness" such as (417, 583, etc.). So if your jewelry does not have a karat grade stamped on it, check for a 3-digit fineness number.
Top Five Things To Know
First you need to know the spot price of gold right before you sell Kitco.com Is a good place to find this.
Best to know your weight in each karat of gold.
Best to get your gold weighed in grams Not in pennyweights [dwt]. A pennyweight is 1.555 grams.
Check out the gold buyer before you sell BBB is a great place to check, but remember most buyers are not even members.
Keep in mind when you see a gold buyer's or jewelry buyer's advertising in the mass media - that cost is in the thousands of dollars. Who is paying for that?
We at A Gold 2 Cash Exchange, keep our over head cost to a minimum.
We pay-out more for your gold in Orlando Florida
Silver is a beautiful metal that is strong for settings, and is relatively cheap compared to the other metals. A quick way of identifying silver is to look along the inside of a ring, or along the clasp/end of a necklace or bracelet. What you're looking for is a little number like ".925" or ".999." This is the percentage of silver versus other metals that are in your item. Sterling silver, one of the most common types, is made up of 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper.Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.
Circulated 90% US silver coins, minted before 1965, are called junk silver coins because the coins have no collector or numismatic value. The coins are bought and sold for the value of their silver content.
A bag ($1000 face) contains approximately 715 ounces of silver and generally tracks the spot price of silver. If silver goes up ten cents, a bag of US silver coins rises $70 or so; however, junk silver coin prices sometimes lag sharp spot price changes.
Gold is the most common and popular of the precious metals for most jewelry. Gold is weighed and valued by a system of karats, with 24 karats being pure gold, and is abbreviated after the value number as "K." Most people know that you can buy jewelry in 10K, 14K, 18K, and sometimes the full 24K (though this is rare). Gold is a very soft metal, so other metals are added into any jewelry of less than 24K, and typical alloys include zinc, silver, and copper.
When you're trying to identify how much gold you've got in a piece, you're going to follow the same guidelines as when checking silver, only this time you're looking for a 10K, 14K, or similar on the item. If you see certain letters after this value, such as EP, GEP, or P, it means that the item is gold plated and not solid.
Platinum is an incredibly strong metal, very hard to work, but very good for jewelry that's going to be put to the test. It's often used as the setting in gold and silver jewelry to hold diamonds and other valuable stones. The price of platinum fluctuates often for a few reasons: it's hard to work, hard to find, and Russia.
You can identify this precious metal by again looking on the inside of your ring, or near the clasps of your necklace/bracelets. What we're looking for this time is a little more complicated. Since Platinum can be made up of a few different metals from the platinum group, these pieces are going to be marked with a number, followed by an abbreviation for platinum such as Pt or Plat, then either followed by the abbreviation for another group metal, or a number and the abbreviation. This can continue up to three or four times depending on how many different platinum group metals are in your item.
The easiest and most practical method for testing whether or not your jewelry is gold is to take a magnet and if your jewelry is magnetic this means it is metal or alloy. Gold, silver, and platinum are non-magnetic.
We accept all forms of gold jewelry in any condition containing gold. The material must have gold metal in it to be reviewed for cash exchange. Such items include: gold earrings (broken, single, sets), gold coins (including foreign), gold bracelets, bangles, gold ropes and chains, gold pendants, gold rings, class rings, wedding rings, dental gold, gold pins and medals, and gold castings.
What are your Store Hours?
Monday - Friday 10:00AM to 6:00PM Saturday 10:00 to 4:00 PM Closed Sunday
What is the spot price?
Precious metals are traded throughout the day in different markets. The most active trading occurs in New York, London, Zurich, Tokyo, Sydney and Hong Kong. A great place to see what gold is being traded at is Kitco.com. Any legitimate gold or precious metals dealer will go by the market spot price at the time of your offer or sell.
Are You Licensed ? Yes,
A Gold 2 Cash Exchange LLC. is a Licensed Precious Metal Dealer in the State Of Florida .
Do You Use A Legal Scale ? Yes,
A Gold 2 Cash Exchange LLC. Uses a Legal Scale and certified by the state we do business in when weighing your metals .
Are you a pawn Shop? No,
A Gold 2 Cash Exchange LLC. is neither a pawnshop nor a collateral lender.
Can I Mail -In My Gold ? No,
Not at this time . We have heard and seen so many horror story's about the mail-in programs that we do not want that kind of reputation.
Why Do Some Gold Buyers Advertise What They Pay For A Piece Of Jewelry?
Very simply it's a trick to get you in their store to sell. What they don't tell you in their advertised price, is what gold was selling for on the live market at the time of the sale. This is another reason to know what gold is selling for at the time you decide to sell.
At A Gold 2 Cash Exchange we will show you the price of gold at the time of the sale
Do you do private evaluations ? Yes,
We also schedule personal appointments with individuals wishing to discuss the sale of their valuables for immediate cash settlement. Call us today at (407)-380-9999 in Orlando Florida and we can set it up for you. Please Remember we will ALWAYS MEET AT OUR STORE LOCATION.
A Gold 2 Cash Exchange LLC
The Precious Metal Experts...
At A Gold 2 Cash Exchange we buy gold, we buy silver and we also buy platinum. Gold prices have reached record highs. In todays economy you may have been thinking of selling gold jewelry and where sell gold. You can easily sell gold jewelry, gold bullion, gold American Eagles, dental gold and sell gold scrap in any condition to A Gold 2 Cash Exchange. We are Orlandos top rated gold buyer.
We buy gold coins such as the Gold American Eagle; S.A. Krugerrands gold bullion bars and coins and solid gold commemorative coins.
At A Gold 2 Cash Exchange we buy gold, we buy silver and we also buy platinum. Gold prices have reached record highs. In todays economy you may have been thinking of selling gold jewelry and where sell gold. You can easily sell gold jewelry, gold bullion, gold American Eagles, dental gold and sell gold scrap in any condition to A Gold 2 Cash Exchange. We are Orlando's top rated gold buyer.
You may also bring us your sterling flatware, dinnerware and tea services for top dollar pricing.