The beauty of gold brokers is that they can buy scrap, broken, damaged or worn out gold and turn it into something beautiful and new again! It’s so easy. You can sell scrap gold right at our Huntington Beach location, or request a mail in kit online. Call (714) 901-8000 right now to discover out how much your damaged or broken gold jewelry is really worth and cash in on it right now!
Scrap Gold: The term “scrap gold”, or “scrap jewelry“, is defined as any piece of gold jewelry that is at least 10K in purity and is either broken, damaged, out of fashion, or unwanted.
So, what is scrap gold? Scrap gold can be old gold jewelry, dental fillings, gold teeth, gold nuggets, dented gold coins or other broken scraps of gold. To sell scrap gold, your gold will be evaluated and priced according to the karat of each piece. The karat or purity of the gold is measured as 10k, 14k, 18k or pure gold which is 24k. Our gold expert can also tell if the gold is just plated- you may be surprised if this turns out to be the case! Then the weight of the gold is determined and is measured in grams. To find the price it is worth, the gold dealer will multiply the price per gram times the daily price that gold is trading at. And that’s how they figure out how much cash they can offer you for it. It’s that simple and straightforward and our experts perform these tasks right in front of you.
The mystery of selling scrap gold is gone. It’s easy, secure and can take just 10-15 minutes in our store. Or, you can log into our website and request a gold kit that will be mailed straight to your house. Just fill the envelope with your gold items, fill out the short form and mail it back in our insured packaging. Our gold experts will evaluate your pieces and send your check in the mail. You never have to step foot in our store if you don’t want to or don’t feel you have the time.
Come in today! We’re located at 15182 Goldenwest Street Suite 100, Huntington Beach, CA. We buy real gold, diamonds, platinum, palladium, silver and so much more! Get more information right now by calling (714) 901-8000.