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Gold for sale in Chicagoland
Times and tastes change, and, for one reason or another, many people have gold jewelry
that they do not wear anymore. You do not use it for much of anything, and it simply sits
there and follows you when you move. Is there a better use for these items? One option is
to sell them. While it may seem that the jewelry itself would be worth relatively little, do
not forget that, though it fluctuates, the price of gold is over $1000 per ounce! So, while that
class ring may not seem all that valuable, the materials hold significant value, and buyers
will pay good money for them. Selling can be a win-win proposition, as it gets the buyer
valuable and useful materials, and the seller gets money they can use, instead of jewelry
Because of the intrinsic value of gold, there are many buyers out there, especially in the
Chicagoland area. Choosing the right one can be difficult. Some will lowball the seller, or
otherwise and it is difficult to know what the pieces you are selling should be worth unless
you are an expert, which puts the seller at a disadvantage in the negotiation. If you do
decide to take your jewelry elsewhere, this costs you time and money. Clearly, the ideal
buyer would be someone with a long history and a sterling reputation. A buyer should be
someone trustworthy and accountable, who will pay a fair price and make the transaction
as easy for the seller as possible. Given the cost and hassle of running around, it is common
for a seller to simply accept the first offer given to them. This makes choosing the first
When considering where to sell gold near Chicago, remember that there are many options
outside of the city. In particular, Indiana has several reputable buyers, and they are just on
the other side of the Illinois-Indiana state line. It is easy to be fooled by this arbitrary
geographical distinction. Indiana is only a short drive from Illinois, and Gold buying in
Indiana is alive and well. One example of an Indiana buyer with a good reputation and
comprehensive service is Albert’s Jewelers, in Schererville and Merrilville. Only about 30
minutes from Chicago, Albert’s Jewelers has been in business for over 100 years. A good
buyer will buy many different types of pieces including: class rings, gold watches, gold
coins, gold necklaces and bracelets, and unmatched earrings. Conveniently, their buyers
will appraise anything from one piece to a whole estate, for free. This is important: it is not
necessary to pay for an appraisal when looking to sell gold. On top of this, it is helpful to
look for a jeweler that does not buy gold as a side project, or, even worse, only buys the odd
piece here and there. Jewelers who have a specific interest in buying are likely to pay the
best prices and provide the best overall experience for the seller.

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