25 Comments on “Scrap Gold, Scrap Silver, Coins and more Garage Sale Finds! #14 (Part 2)”

  1. Glad to see you’re willing to expose your faults. Most people aren’t.
    Despite your dishonesty, it’s a mark of character that a majority of
    Americans no longer seem to have. Congrats!

  2. Picking karma kicking in there. Also look out for games workshop model,
    they sell well.

  3. Nice pick ups. Not too many young people are into precious metals and video
    games. Glad to see others.

  4. you can easily find the battery covers on ebay for like 99 cents, i think
    it makes them worth a bit more

  5. The silverpicker buys glass? Too bad those pumpkins won’t be worth much in
    my opinion. They look hand blown but its hard to tell from the video the
    quality. The bubbles in the glass make me think hand blown chinese for
    decorators. You looked for the right things but most glass either has to be
    signed or has to be from a famous factory to be worth good money. Thanks
    for sharing again.

  6. Thanks for the info! I just want to let you know that I really like when
    you comment like this because you seem to have a much deeper understanding
    of the art, aesthetic, and retail trends of jewelry, antiques and other
    objects of interest. Keep that knowledge flowing!

  7. It doesn’t work like that. They buy your gold and refine it with pure gold.
    It doesn’t just get melted on the spot. You could theoretically trade it
    for bullion though (for a small fee).

  8. I remember having a transformers type of small collection heroclix toys. I
    have no idea where they are now XD

  9. Thanks for the prompt responses. I’m done with Heroclix though, used to
    collect them when I was a kid. I have a question about the refinery
    process. When you take your scrap down to be melted are you allowed to keep
    the end product or is it just a straight swap for cash?

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