Advice on selling rings

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Re: Advice on selling rings

Postby Alloneword » Thu Mar 16, 2017 2:17 pm

On a serious note eBay would be my port of call, as a private buyer will always pay over the odds if they want something badly enough, just bear in mind when you sell to make sure you leave enough in your account for eBay fees etc.

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Re: Advice on selling rings

Postby jansman » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:22 pm

If it were me, I would find a jeweller that buys as well as selling. Get an idea of their worth first, and then look around. If there is something similar or the same on auction sites, that may give you an idea too. What are the stones set into the rings?

Anyone who buys will be looking to sell it on. You may well be better off selling the gold for scrap and ( depending on the stones) selling those separately. Gold is quite buoyant at the moment.
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Re: Advice on selling rings

Postby Mad Scientist » Sat Apr 08, 2017 3:56 pm

Thanks guys! I finally went to Hatton Garden Metals. Very recommended by Moneysavingexpert. They sell tiny bars.they deal in Silver, platinum and palladium too. I'll keep an eye on the prices so when any fall I can stock up.

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