Upstate Coin & Gold Center Buys Silver

Selling Your Silver:

Things to Know

  1. When selling silver flatware or jewelry, it is important to look for the “sterling” or “925” stamp on the pieces.

  1. Every silver sale is based on the live spot price per troy ounce at the time of the transaction to ensure that you receive the most accurate price every time.

Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Paper Money
Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Gold Coins
Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Pocket Watches
Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Diamonds
Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Rings and Coins

SILVER

Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Sterling Silver Flatware
Todd Ballantyne Creative |  For Upstate Coin and Gold Center | Sterling Silver Flatware Detail

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  1. Sterling Flatware

  2. Sterling Jewelry

  3. Silver Coins

  4. Holloware

  5. Tea Sets

  6. Franklin Mint Sterling

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With every transaction, we donate $1.00 towards the support of breast cancer research.

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