When you sell gold coins or ingots, you should expect to receive at least 90 to 95% of the current market value. However, with gold jewelry, you're only likely to get 70 to 80% of the fusion value. Selling gold jewelry and coins can be overwhelming, as street vendors abound. Here's how to avoid being scammed.
According to Gary Smith, former international president of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), more and more consumers are looking to sell gold items, even if gold prices are not particularly high right now. But if you have gold or other gold jewelry or coins that you would rather take advantage of, there are ways to sell it safely and at the best price.