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Looking for a Gold Buyer in your area. You’ve just found them. CPMEX has a Gold Buyer near you. Best of all, the appraisals are free of charge.
Why are we the best gold buyers near you?
But we understand that you also want someone local. After all, you found us by googling “Gold Buyer Near Me.” No worries: here’s a resource where you can read more about our Local Gold Buyer Current Prices.
These three tips will help you get ready for your gold jewelry or gold coin appraisal:
1. Sort Your Gold
Sort your gold first based on factors such as karat, weight, diamond or no diamond. It is easier to appraiser your gold items if you seperate them correctly.
Additionally, try to sort any coins according to their Gold Coin Value. This entails identifying any coins with holes, blemishes, or other imperfections and separating them from the other coins.
2. Separate Branded Gold Jewelry or Numismatic Gold Coins
Sorting your gold coins and gold jewelry is easy enough. But another thing you have to do before the appraisal is separate the coins with no extra collector or bullion value from the genuine articles. This is easier said than done, which is why many turn to grading services and coin dealers.
American Rarities offers a coin grading service that’s completely free of charge. We’ll examine your rare coins, tell you their condition, and help you separate chaff from the coins with value.
3. Find a Reputable Coin Dealer
Okay, so you’ve gotten your coins sorted and graded. Now you’ve got to get them appraised.
But there are a lot of scammers out there. That’s why you gotta find a reputable coin dealer.
As mentioned earlier, American Rarities has an established reputation for competence and fair-dealing – you can trust us to handle your precious collection.
CPMEX offers both written, and in-person appraisals free of charge.
Simply take a few pictures of your gold coins or gold jewelry and send them to us via text, email, or our Appraisal Request Form. After that, we’ll get in touch with you and give you a preliminary appraisal in writing. If your collection is of especially high value, one of your collectors can arrange to meet with you in-person for a physical appraisal.
In either case, we’ll present you with a fair offer to purchase your entire collection outright. You are not required to accept this offer; feel free to consult our appraisers for pricing advice if you so choose!
To get started, simply email us, text us, or complete the handy form below. We look forward to showing you why we are the best coin appraisers around!