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What is broken gold and how to sell broken gold jewelry

Broken gold are damaged items made of any gold alloy and very often also named as  scrap gold. Typical items described as broken gold are broken jewelry or damaged coins. Also fine gold like coins or bullions can be described as broken gold if the item is in a bad or unmarketable condition. Any piece of gold that has to undergo a melting and refining process can be described as broken gold. But broken gold is valuably and can be easily sold to any US gold buyers. But beware of unreliable statements such as:

  • Broken gold is not very valuable.
  • I have to melt down your broken gold. It’s not much worth.
  • I cannot sell your broken gold like what it is. It’s less worth.
  • Melting your broken gold is expensive.

Broken gold is valuably because of its inside material value. The item’s condition never influences the selling price that you can expect. All statements reducing your item’s value are untrue and unreliable. Learn how to avoid to become the disadvantaged part in a dealer conversation. You can start determining your broken gold’s value by yourself if you have a scale handy. Weight your broken gold and sort it by the different alloys. Use our gold calculator for your final calculation. Keep in mind that beginners can just do a circa calculation because broken gold often comes in combination with base metals. You need to have some knowledge to identify the base metal parts and you also should remove them all, to get a proper result.

Sell broken gold jewelry

Broken gold is almost always just scrap gold and worth just what its precious metal content represents. Sometimes broken gold comes with diamonds or gemstones. Little diamonds have a little value but it takes a lot of time to take them out of the jewelry. Most of this stones are worth just some Dollars and you would need a trained man working for 15 minutes on each stone to take it out of the mounting. Taking out little diamonds is very uneconomic. But perhaps you’re one of the lucky guys who owns broken gold coming with a diamond more than 0.5 carats weighing. Diamonds of at least that size can be sold for extra cash beside the gold value. You can benefit from our free of costs treasure seeking program if you sell broken gold jewelry to our company. This means that every piece of your offered broken gold will be examined in detail. We catch the valuable diamonds and gemstones out of your jewelry and add the extra dollars to your total payout amount.

Learn more: jewelry identification

reDollar.com can offer a lot more than an online auction house because with us you can be sure not losing money because of unidentified treasures coming with your broken gold jewelry. Our employees work in a modern lab with access to the newest technologies for determining jewelry, diamonds and gemstones. A diamond looking-like-stone can be identified within seconds as treasure or trash.

Broken gold watches

Almost everyone how has inherited some old gold jewelry from the grandparents knows that this lots can come with pocket watches made of gold or wristwatches made of gold. Nearly all watches, also the good looking ones, are just scrap gold. They are old fashioned or worn over the years and often look unattractive. To come straight to the point, not adequate for resale anymore. But some of this old fashioned watches you dislike so much, are handmade in France or Swiss and may have a very special clockwork that could be very interesting to collectors. We catch out the interesting watches for you to add some extra dollars to your total payout amount. Don’t risk to auction your broken gold watches without knowing what you own. You’ll have to pay dearly for any mistakes. And the only winning party could be the winning bidder. Avoid selling mistakes and get started right now.