While Atlanta Gold and Coin Buyers is most synonymous with gold and coin buying, we also pay the most competitive rates in the industry for silver. Â Most of the silver that we purchase is in the form of coins, bars, ingots, and bullion, but did you also know that we also purchase sterling silver flatware, silverware, and serving ware? Â In fact, we purchase a substantial amount of sterling silverware due to our industry leading rates, so we’re truly your one stop shop if you’re in the market to sell precious metals, including bullion, coins, jewelry or sterling silver flatware, silverware, and serving ware.
What is the best way to determine if your valuables are sterling silver? Â Most sterling silver items include a stamp, such as “925,” “SS,” or “Sterling,” which is typically found on the bottom or reverse side of your serving ware, flatware, or silverware. Â While we most commonly purchase U.S. manufactured silverware, we’re also accustomed to purchasing foreign or international silverware. Â Foreign-manufactured silverware may contain symbols, hallmarks, or other numerical stamps, such as “830” or “835.” Â Selling sterling silverware, flatware, or serving ware, especially foreign made silverware, can be a confusing or overwhelming process, but we have the knowledge and resources available to be able to properly identify your valuables.
What do we buy? Â In addition to the previously mentioned sterling silverware, flatware, and serving ware, we regularly purchaseÂ dishware, platters, trays, coffee pots, tea sets, candlesticks, spoons, knives, forks, ladles, bowls, collectibles, and figurines. Â While we typically don’t purchase sterling silver jewelry, we purchase nearly any other items containing sterling silver, including Franklin Mint sets, so if you have any question as to what we purchase, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 404-236-9744 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What don’t we buy? Â We don’t purchase silver plated items, or for that matter, gold or platinum plated items, unless the underlying or base metal is gold, silver, or platinum. Â If your items don’t contain one of the previously mentioned stamps or hallmarks, your items are most likely silver plated.
How do you go about selling your sterling silver flatware, silverware, and serving ware? Â Contact us today for a free no-obligation evaluation of your items. Â We’ll thoroughly explain our process and will answer any questions that you might have so that you can be assured that you’re making the right decision and receiving top dollar for your silverware.
Call us today at 404-236-9744 and see for yourself why we have hundreds of satisfied customers and are quickly becoming metro Atlanta’s preferred gold and coin buyer.