Monday, December 29, 2008

Your (old) Jewelry Could be Worth a Lot

I'm sure you've heard that the price for gold is really high right now, and lots of people are selling their old jewelry and getting lots of money. It makes you want to search your jewelry boxes for some jewelry you're not wearing anymore just to see how much you can get for it. I haven't actually done that, but I trying to remember if I have any old jewelry I could turn in for cash. I know I have a necklace that broke years ago, and I'm never going to get it fixed. I wonder how much that would be worth?

I just requested my free kit from Cash4Gold to see if I can get some of that Cash for Jewelry. It says that the price they'll pay is based on weight and karat grade, and my necklace is pretty thin, so I'm not so sure it'll be worth much. I might pull out some of my old, tarnished Mexican silver necklaces, too. Hopefully those Mexican vendors weren't lying to me when they told me it was real silver.

Do you have any old jewelry sitting around that might get you some money? With Cash4Gold, you're selling directly to the refiner, so there's no middleman. They pay the highest prices, you can have the cash in hand within 24 hours, and they have a 100% guarantee. I'm not spending my money before I get it, but I figure it's worth a look, and they're sending the kit for free. It's even postage-paid and insured.