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Top 3 Best Places To Sell Gold
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Gold is reaching new highs and you may be thinking that it is time to sell your gold but where is the best place to sell gold. I know that many signs are advertising that the pay top dollar for your gold, however, most of the time this is not true.

Online gold buyers, pawnshops and mobile gold buyers do not offer you the best choice to sell however there are a few places that can help you get the best price for you gold.

1st if you have a relationship with your jeweler this is a great place to sell gold jewelry to. If it is a mom and pop jewelry store in your neighborhood then this is great. If you purchased jewelry from them in the past then they will see you as a customer or a regular. They will take good care of clients at both the buying end and the selling end because they understand that you will continue to be there client. This is the best great option and if you have it I would take that route.

If it has been a while since you have been in the store causally say that you brought your gold jewelry here because the service was excellent when you purchased the gold from them.

2nd Rare coin dealers that have store front shops or have been selling you gold and silver coins for years. If you have a good collection of gold you want to have the guy who sold you the gold, buy it back from you. Yes, coin dealers buy rare coins back from collectors because they don’t make those coins anymore and the only ones around are the ones collectors have or treasure hunters find. So, a dealer buys and sells to other collectors who are looking for those coins. They know a lot about gold, much more than most pawnshop owners and way more that a lot of online gold buyers.

They can evaluate coins, jewelry and a lot of them can also evaluate gemstones as well

3rd eBay bullion center is a great way to sell your jewelry and gold bullion items. You know what the fee is up front and eBay’s reputation as an online auction house is legendary. If you are a beginner with eBay it is easy to use and will give you a great return. They take a 9% fee of the selling price. This is very fair and it may be your strongest option. It is safe and you don’t have to travel around getting bids so you save on gas as well.

So there you have it, the 3 best ways to sell your gold.


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