Due to the continuing Coronavirus situation we are suspending our service and will no longer accept items for processing after Friday 20/03/2020, until further notice.
PLEASE DO NOT POST ITEMS TO US UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
This will prevent our customers having valuable items ‘trapped’ in the postal system if we are forced by illness or by Government restrictions to close our offices.
We offer our sincere apologies for any inconvenience that is caused and we will reinstate full service as soon as we possibly can.
In the meantime we wish you good health and good fortune in the coming weeks.
The Team at Scrap Gold UK
Scrap gold can be passed down in all shapes and sizes. Maybe you’ve realised you’ve got some old gold jewellery or a gold wristwatch you have no need for. If you’re thinking of selling it for scrap, it may be worth considering selling it with Scrap Gold UK, especially with prices at their current record highs!
Scrap Gold UK has been handling sales of scrap gold in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter for many years. This summer has been a great time for buyers and sellers of gold – prices touched an all-time high, breaking over the £1,200 per troy ounce barrier just a few weeks ago.
As of late August, you can expect just one gram of 9-carat scrap gold to earn you as much as £14.44 – that’s the highest we’ve ever seen.
Wondering how we value any scrap gold we receive? Scrap Gold UK bases its prices on the daily London LBMA price. That means anyone wishing to sell their scrap gold to us will know they’re getting the cash they deserve, at a fair price.
Wondering what items we’re able to help you sell as scrap gold? We’ve been approached about the sale of gold items as diverse as jewellery, dental fillings, gold bars, and even special Gold Sovereign coins.
Not only do we accept items of scrap gold. We’ve made purchases of scrap silver too. Check out what you could get for selling your scrap silver with Scrap Gold UK today, using our Silver Calculator.
The way we value scrap gold is through weight and carat (a measure of purity). The higher the carat, the greater the purity. The most common carats used for jewellery and bullion range between 9 and 24 carats.
Scrap gold has a habit of cropping up in the most unexpected places – maybe a relative passed some down to you, or maybe you found some under the sofa one day? It might seem small, but with gold still considered a highly valuable precious metal, it could be worth a small fortune.
If you’re thinking about making a sale of scrap gold with Scrap Gold UK, feel free to get in touch. All of our contact details are to be found on our Contact Us page – you can ring us, email or write to us. Whichever way suits you.
Equally, if you’re based in the Wolverhampton area, why not just book an appointment to see us in person, at our offices? We’ll be happy to answer any queries you have, regarding the sale of scrap gold. We look forward to seeing you!