Whether you are a trader, or a member of the public with some old gold stashed away in that jewellery box, we can help to turn your scrap gold into cash..
If you are reading this, then you are probably exploring your options with regards to the best way to sell your scrap gold. FalkosGold offer two ways of turning your scrap gold to cash.
- Use our online calculator to get an instant valuation for your scrap gold.
- Fill in the simple claim form and send it in with your gold
- Upon receipt, we will value your scrap gold and give you a call to confirm the price with you.
- You will then receive a cheque in the post within 2 working days.
- If you change your mind, we will be more than happy to return your scrap gold to you
- If you need your money more urgently or would prefer to deal in person, we would welcome you to pop into the shop. We are based just outside the M25, and you can almost park outside the shop.
- If your scrap gold is worth in excess of 1000, we would recommend that you call first to make an appointment to ensure that we have cash available on the day.
- All store visitors are required to bring some form of identification into the shop such as a drivers licence or passport. Without identification, you will be turned away.
Typical items which customers sell to us as scrap gold include: Broken earrings, watch cases, bracelets, neclaces, rings, gold bars.
We do not sell second hand jewellery in our shop. ALL gold which we purchase is classed as scrap gold regardless of condition. All gold jewellery which we purchase is melted and refined.
The scrap gold which we purchase is typically melted down and used to make new jewellery or refined into bars.
Should I sell my Scrap Gold now or hold onto it?
The answer to this question is completely up to you. We have been in business since 1982, and don’t plan on going anywhere fast.
Over the last 20 years, the trends show that the price of gold is increasing in value at a much higher rate than that of inflation.
Over a smaller timespan, gold has been at its highest ever in 2009. It has also dropped quite significantly this year just like house prices. This market volatility shows that there isn’t a good or bad time to sell your gold this year as nobody can predict with certainty what the gold prices will do from one day to the next let alone in a year or even six month’s time.