When selling gold jewelry there are always certain
things to keep in mind. If the piece of jewellery is in a good condition
some people will consider selling it to a high street jewellers, a
Pawnbroker or perhaps take out an advert on the internet or in the local
newsagents. A large number of pawnbrokers and jewellers will value the
jewellery with the resale price in mind and will consequently may only
offer the owner a small portion of its actual value. We, however, will
value your gold bangle bracelets or 24k gold rings, based on their gold content or carat. We buy gold jewellery, even if the piece of jewellery is broken, which will be melted down and refined.
Selling gold jewelery
What gold can you sell?
You can sell unwanted gold to Postal Gold whatever the condition or the state of the jewellery. Postal Gold will buy gold bracelets, necklaces, bangles, rings, pendants or even a piece of scrap gold that you may have. In addition to selling gold jewelery we buy gold bullion coins such as gold Krugerrands, American Gold Eagles, Gold Sovereigns amongst others. Postal Gold will not buy your silver but even more readily your platinum coins as well as gold bullion bars and any gold teeth and fillings.
How to get cash for gold from Postal Gold
Selling gold jewelery to Postal Gold is a simple and reliable way to sell your gold. To sell gold jewellery
to us just fill out your details on the website to receive your free, up to £500 insured gold kit. Using the gold kit send us your gold and we will then
value it and send you a payment by cheque or bank transfer within 24 hours. You can send
back the payment if you are unhappy with the valuation and once we
receive back the payment, we will return your gold (for details, please
refer to our Terms and Conditions).
The fact that Postal Gold does not sell on the jewellery enables us to
offer our customers a payment based solely on weight and purity of the gold bullion.