Cash for Gold
All gold has value, regardless of the form it is in. Do you have unwanted gold jewellery just gathering dust in a jewellery box or cupboard draw? Do you have scrap gold that is broken or no longer fits?
A1Jewellers will buy any unwanted gold you have lying around at home. Have a look now, you may be hoarding hundreds of pounds worth of gold which you didn’t even know you had!
Take advantage of the increasing gold prices and call A1Jewellers today – with out state of the art gold x-ray machine we can accurately assess the purity of your gold and guarantee to offer you the best price for your scrap gold.
Let us turn your gold into cash now!
Whatever the form your gold is in, we will buy it off you. Where it's bangles, bracelets, brooches, chains (old, broken, tangled), cufflinks, earrings, necklaces, rings, pendants, pins, coins, foreign gold, Gold without hallmarks, Dental gold.
We buy all these items and more, whether they are 9ct, 14ct, 18ct or 22ct in yellow gold, white gold or rose gold.We offer the best possible price for your unwanted gold items. We will make you an unbeatable offer no matter what form the gold is in, even the smallest, most insignificant piece of gold is worth money.
How valuable is your unwanted Gold?
Over recent years, many economies and cash have been declining all over the world. Most of the world’s most economic countries have experienced difficulty with their finances. However, this has quite a different impact on the value of gold which has increased significantly during these times of economic crisis and is now priced at around £923.64 an ounce.
As the value of future cash varies from each part of the globe, the value of the most pure form of currency, gold, still holds its value.
Like everything in the modern world, the price of gold is determined by what is known as "supply and demand". Generally, if there is a high supply of an item and a low demand for it, the price of the item will be fairly low. Similarly, if the demand of an item is high and the supply is relatively low, the price of the item will be quite high.
Over the years, the gold industry has reflected this principle. In 1910, the average price of gold per ounce was $20.67. By the year 1950 the price had nearly doubled and in the year 2000, an ounce of gold cost a whopping $272.15. The current price for gold is roughly $1681.000 per ounce. Experts suggest that gold could increase greatly in a very short period of time.
A1Jewellers is giving you the opportunity to take part in the rising gold bullion market. Our aim is to help investors diversify their assets through a selection of gold investment bars and coins.
We pay the best prices for all your old, broken and scrap jewellery, including platinum, gold and silver and are the leading jewellers of 22ct gold, contemporary designs in the UK.
Call 0161 721 4924 or to discuss turning your gold into cash.