Mvgirl

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Found bits of silver and one little 14k earring for $2 in total.
Question: is this worth selling at a pon shop? I know it's really small amount but if I build it up should I sell there? No one will buy mismatch earrings...maybe some like the clasp could be sold to jewelry makers. What do you think?
 

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ARC

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Start a pile... and keep adding to it... and one day there will be enough there to make it worth the gas and time to drive to the pawn shop.

Almost not enough there to even register on a scale.... no offense but there is only a few dollars worth there.
 

Back-of-the-boat

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Hang on to it until you build a bigger amount because the pawn shop or gold buyer is going to take a percentage also.
 

Digger RJ

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Found bits of silver and one little 14k earring for $2 in total.
Question: is this worth selling at a pon shop? I know it's really small amount but if I build it up should I sell there? No one will buy mismatch earrings...maybe some like the clasp could be sold to jewelry makers. What do you think?
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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Mvgirl

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Start a pile... and keep adding to it... and one day there will be enough there to make it worth the gas and time to drive to the pawn shop.

Almost not enough there to even register on a scale.... no offense but there is only a few dollars worth there.
OK great thanks! :)
 

Trezurehunter

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I agree with ARC and Back-of-the-boat, save it until you accumulate more. Start a box or canning jar with small gold and silver items. Separate jars for each, then you don't have to separate it again when you want to take it in to sell.
 

Back-of-the-boat

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One other thing to add in is seperate jars for your different Karat's of gold as they will all payout at different prices per the weight as the percentage of gold is different in each Karat.
 

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