Guideline for Knowing When to Sell Precious Metals

PRECIOUS METAL DEALERS: “THE PRESENT IS SOMETHING YOU GIVE YOURSELF”  Anonymous Living in the present moment is so important! In the present moment, there is no stress! Stress only exists when you worry about the future or live in the past. How does this apply to my business of buying and selling? People often ask

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What’s it worth? A DIAMOND IS FOREVER

A marketing slogan invented by the ad agency N.W. Ayer for DeBeers (The Diamond syndicate) in the 1940’s. “A DIAMOND IS FOREVER” This was an extremely successful campaign. Its purpose was to link Diamonds to romantic love. The meaning of A Diamond is Forever is that a diamond is a never-ending sign of love. A

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Local Jewelry Appraisals

If you have something to get done give it to the busiest person you know House calls for local jewelry appraisals are very important to my business and my clients I consider it  a service which National Estate Jewelers provides at no charge I do home visits bank vault appointments for both appraising and purchasing I

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Forced Sale or Liquidation

There never enough time to do it right. But there’s always time to do it over….. Quote from a jeweler friend of mine. What you need to know and do when you need to cash fast! There are times when we either need money in a hurry or just need to physically move fast and

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A picture is worth 1000 words…

A picture is worth 1000 words… A picture is worth 1000 words”. Attributed to Tess Flanders newspaper editor in the year 1911 At least once a week I get a phone call from a  person who wants me to tell them what something is worth over the phone.  I know this sounds funny, but it

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The title of the yearbook was Our Crowd with a denim colored cover

I recently looked at my high school yearbook. The title of the yearbook was Our Crowd with a denim colored cover. Below my picture was one of my favorite quotes! “The nicest thing you can do for a friend is to simply be a friend.” I still feel this way 45 years later. My phone

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