According to Joe Montes, president, “We find this an interesting question because ‘Black Hills’ gold is not only beautiful, but somewhat different. This material comes almost exclusively from South Dakota, where it has been crafted for many decades. The outstanding feature of ‘Black Hills’ jewelry is golden leaves that are red and green in addition to the normal yellow gold used. These colored gold designs are the result of alloying 24K gold with specific percentages of other metals to make highly-durable jewelry in 10K, 12K and 14K.”
Montes added, “The different colors of gold used for the leaves and some other areas are created by mixing 24K yellow gold with copper to achieve 12K pink or red gold and with silver to create 12K green gold.
When we receive ‘Black Hills’ jewelry, we assay it and value it in the same way as any other jewelry. The assay determines the K weight accurately and the current spot market price for gold is then applied to yield the total value. The color of the gold, while attractive, has no bearing on the assay results.”
Cash for Gold Co buys gold, platinum and silver in any form and of any age, condition or place of manufacture. The company also welcomes scrap gold, coins, ingots, nuggets and dental gold. Platinum and Sterling silver are also purchased on a regular basis. Cash for Gold Co pays sellers “the highest-possible percentage of actual total value as determined by assay and the current spot market price.” Detailed information about what the company buys and how it is valued can be obtained by visiting their website at:
http://www.cashforgoldco.com. Sellers can also request a FREE SECUREPAK™ mailing envelope by requesting one on the website. This envelope is pre-insured for up to $1,000 thereby providing exceptional safety for a seller’s valuable property while in transit.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
CASH FOR GOLD CO
Joe Montes, President
Telephone: (888) 544-6532
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When you choose Cash for Gold Co as the company to buy your gold jewelry, you will be dealing with the one Internet buyer who will pay you the highest possible percentage of market value.