Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Soiled, Apr 1, 2016.
What does trust have to do with selling gold jewelry?
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Trust in that not all folks are fair. I had a jewelry/coin shop locally tell me a gold bracelet with charms was worth only about 150 bucks. Said the charms were fake (they were not) and way off on price of gold. Turns out I got a thousand for that same bracelt from a more "honest" dealer. I think that's what the poster meant.
Go get several quotes. Then several more and watch the wild swings from the 'honest' people giving those quotes. It's like trying to find an honest car mechanic. Not many exist.
Fascinating, but that wasn't the point.
That's not "trust". It's a matter of knowing what you've got and knowing what you're willing to take for it. Semantics I guess.
Dang...I got a load of silver, been in there a long time.
Kind of cool!
Wonder what the action's like at shows now? Are dealers dragging their feet, offering well below melt in fear that this is just a transient spike, or are they making stronger offers anticipating higher prices to come?
Not many coin shops are open on the weekends, and those that are get swamped for the reasons mentioned of weekday hassles.
So I guess I won't sell because I don't want to leave silver in my car.
Sell and buy later. Buy grandbabies bikes
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