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Selling Jewelry Basics - Get The Most For Your Jewelry August 31, 2017

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Selling Jewelry Basics - Get The Most For Your Jewelry, Freehold, New Jersey

When the time comes when you want some extra cash in your pockets selling your jewelry is a great way to do so.  But before you run off with your gold chains to the nearest gold buyer read American Coins & Gold’s basic rules for getting the highest payouts!

imageBe Serious

Being a serious seller means you know the estimated value of your jewelry and you are ready to get the most money as possible from selling it.  To be a serious buyer you need to look the part.  Take the time to put on some nicer clothes, get that haircut, and freshen up before embarking to the jewelry buyer.  The more serious you appear the more likely you will get a great deal for your gold, silver, or diamonds.  Whoever is purchasing or evaluating your jewelry will know you are down to business and ready to accept an offer if the price is right.  If you stroll in there not appearing serious your offers will most likely come in lower.

Gain Knowledge

You can’t just be a serious buyer without knowing anything.  It is important to do the necessary research before hand so you know what to expect during the jewelry selling process.  This can involve going online and researching, consulting with other local jewelry store, or best yet getting a free appraisal of your jewelry.  With the knowledge of what you have and what to expect in hand, you are in a great position to maximize your payout.  Respect is not given, it is earned.  So put the effort in to gain respect when selling your jewelry and your bank account will thank you greatly.image

Stay Realistic 

There is nothing worse than an immature jewelry seller who thinks their items are worth extremely high amounts and are actually often fake.  We’ve all seen Pawn Stars and know that at the end of the day peoples emotions get involved in the selling process way too often.  The best way to avoid this type of situation is to remember that the jewelry buyer is in the business to make money and that they do not pay you based on your sentimental value towards the jewelry.  Take a step back and understand the realistic amount you can receive from selling your jewelry.

We hope the 3 basic principles above will help you get the most cash when you decide to sell jewelry.  By being serious, knowledgable, and realistic you are doing your homework and entering the situation with the best odds of success!

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