Do you have any minimum quantity requirements?
No. If we can buy it, we will.
How can I find out your current prices for gold and other valuables?
The price of gold (and of any precious metal) varies every day, minute to minute, just like stocks in the market. CLICK HERE for current bullion prices on our website or just give us a call. We’ll be happy to talk about buying and selling gold, silver, rare coins and your other valuables.
I’ve already had an appraisal done; should I bring it with me?
You bet. No paperwork is required when selling your jewelry, but if you had an evaluation done by someone else or other documentation, we encourage you to bring it in.
I’m bringing in some sterling silver flatware; should I have it cleaned first?
Not unless you really want to. There’s no need to go to the trouble of having your sterling silver cleaned before bringing it in. And if you have some old coins you’d like our experts to evaluate, please don’t clean them—it can actually reduce their value.
How long does the appraisal process last?
The entire process usually takes only a half hour, depending on the quantities of jewelry you wish to sell.
Will any other company’s gold parties, Weekend-Only Gold Buyers, or people that I have to ship my jewelry to REALLY pay me what it is worth?
The simple answer is no. None of these buyers of precious metal jewelry will pay you what your jewelry is truly worth.
Why are they not able to pay me what you can pay me?
They all have one thing in common: extremely high overhead. Television and radio ads are expensive. So is the rent for a hotel conference room or overhead associated with brick and mortar storefronts (like pawn shops & jewelry stores). These companies have to pay their landlords high rents, insurance, utilities, payroll, and a host of other expenses and bills.
All of these overhead costs are deducted from what you are paid for your jewelry items if you sell to them. These fees are often taken at your expense.
High overhead and excessive profit-taking combine to rob you of the inherent value of your jewelry. I’ve heard this situation described as opportunism at the expense of innocent people who only wish to be treated fairly.
Do you buy entire coin collections?
Are you a National Company?
No, Michael is a local member of the community who serves the Denver metropolitan and larger Colorado areas. The Gold Hunter is a member of the BBB (with an A+ rating) and he holds himself accountable to his family, his Specialists, his neighbors, and you.
What can you get for your gold, silver, or diamonds?
Make an appointment with The Gold Hunter now to find out. No obligation. No pressure. No secrets. Contact us to get started: 303.520.5751.