And 14 karat gold will “scrap” at $23.50 per gram.
How much will a pawn shop give for 14k gold?
14K Gold is similar to 58.5% gold. Multiply 0.585*21.4 to get 12.51grams. Afterward, multiply the resultant value (12.51) by the current price of gold to get the approximate value pawnshops is likely to offer you for your piece of jewelry.
How much do pawn shops give for gold rings?
For example, as of the day of writing this article pawn shops pay around $1250 for an ounce of pure gold. If you have 10k gold jewelry, you can sell it for $16.35 per gram, and 14k gold jewelry can be sold for 423.50 per gram.
How can I get the most money for pawning jewelry?
Here are 5 tips to keep in mind when pawning jewelry.
- Know the Value. You should know the value of what you have before you step foot in a pawn shop.
- Always Negotiate. You can negotiate for a better price.
- Clean Your Jewelry.
- Presentation Matters.
- Know the Gold Prices.
Who pays more for gold pawn shops or gold buyers?
On average, our customers say pawn shops offer to pay anywhere from 20%-70% of the value of your items. Jewelers offer to pay anywhere from 40%-75%. And precious metal buyers (like us), pay anywhere from 55%-95%. You can see those percentages overlap a bit, but the spread for pawn shops is concerning.
How much is a 14k gold ring worth?
Now, since 14K gold is only 58.33% actual gold, we divide the per gram price of pure gold ($37.531) by 0.5833 to arrive at a 14K gold price of right at $21.92 a gram. Now you multiply the weight of the ring in grams by the price per gram at 14K, and you have the spot price of your ring.
What is a gram of gold worth?
Current Gold Gram Bar Values
|Description||Gold Value (USD)|
|1 gram gold bar||$49.14|
|2.5 gram gold bar||$122.86|
|5 gram gold bar||$245.72|
|10 gram gold bar||$491.45|
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