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Friday, November 12, 2010

A Process to Sell Silver for Scrap at a Decent Price

We are not big fans of melting beautiful sterling pieces just to recover the silver. But we do realize that there are valid reasons to proceed with this process for some pieces. For example, your garbage desposal may have grabbed a spoon! A problem for the average consumer is finding a buyer who will pay a decent price for the sterling to be melted.

Because of the currently high price of silver, we have decided to offer a service to blog readers who are having a hard time finding such a buyer. We have established a relationship with a local metals refiner who pays us a decent percentage of the value of the recovered silver.

If you would like to have us take your scrap silver to this refiner on your behalf, click on 'Email Silver Jim' in the right column to send us an email. Tell us your name, address, contact number and a brief description of what you have. We'll email you a simple contract, terms and conditions and a description of what to expect from this process.

Click on any picture to see a larger version. By clicking on "Comments/Questions" below, you can see posted comments and add your own questions and comments. Or, you can send us an email by clicking on "Email Silver Jim" in the right column.


Unknown said...

Hello: I have a R. Wallace & Sons Whiskey Flask for sale, It has a story of Frier's drinking on it
I have on Craigs List . If you know anything about it and how much it might be worth let me know, best offer get's it.
Adam Hicks

Anonymous said...

I was wondering about the properties of sterling silver. Is all sterling diamagnetic or are there ferromagnetic metals used in the alloying process?

Silver Jim said...

This is in response to the previous comment.

I understand the most common metal other than silver in sterling is copper. I'm not an expert on this so you might read the nformation here: .