If you’re not sure exactly what kind of gold you have, this could be tricky. The purity of gold is measured in Karats. 24 Karats indicates the highest level of purity in gold – near 100% (99.6% or above). Twelve (12) Karats is 50% pure gold, usually the lowest commonly found. Knowing how many ‘karats’ your gold is will help you know how much it’s worth.
If you don’t have a clue of the purity of your gold, take a trip to your local jeweller. If you go to the Jewellers, they may offer you a decent price for your gold. But don’t jump in just yet! Getting at least three valuations for your gold is a great idea.
Step 2 : Get A Few Different Valuations
The best way to get the upmost value for your gold is to seek out a number of valuations – and take the best one! Outlets like ‘Cash For Gold’ don’t give good returns, and without another valuation you wouldn’t know you were being ripped off. Beware!
Take the time to get your gold evaluated by a minimum of 3 different plac