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5 years 20 weeks ago
“Do you buy gold and silver coins” I am often asked by customers. “Yep sure do as I am not only a scrap gold buyer but I do purchase gold coins, gold watches etc”. I thought it may interest my blog readers that I have a top 4 coins that I have recollection of buying reasonably often and here they are; 1.     The British Gold Sovereign
5 years 23 weeks ago
Birthstones are often the subject of conversation between my customers whilst conducting my cash for gold business. Some are very knowledgable on thier own and that of there families birthstones, some havent a clue but are interested. Here we have some basic information on Birthstones which I hope you find useful.
5 years 24 weeks ago
I often get asked by prospective customers “are you like these dodgy on-line so called gold buying for cash companies? You know the ones that advertise silly prices then upon receiving your package come up with excuses to pay you a lot less!! Then to cap it all they take forever to send your gold back!"
5 years 26 weeks ago
Gold and silver were once the currency of the world. In the Middle Ages 'travellers' (traders) would visit towns and villages and would carry scales with them to weigh the silver they were paid. Small items would be paid for in copper. The original copper penny weighed 1oz, twelve of which could be exchanged for a silver shilling.
5 years 29 weeks ago
Melt and Assay
5 years 32 weeks ago
Think before you sell! Ensure you are aware of the weight of your Gold. Kitchen scales can often give surprisingly good indications! Depending on how much Gold you have it is possible to buy a small digital scale for £10 or less! Try to weigh in Grams if you can as this can be less complicated than Troy ounces. There are approx 31.1 grams in a Troy ounce.