Scrap 24ct Gold Prices
Sell your Scrap 24 Carat Gold
Use our scrap gold price calculator to find out how much your old or unwanted jewellery is currently worth.
We buy 24 carat scrap gold at market leading prices.
To sell your scrap gold today, call us on 0121 634 8060 to agree a price.
Simply enter in the amount of gold you have in grams and the fineness and we will provide you with an accurate quote.
How to sell your scrap gold
To sell your scrap gold, please follow the steps below:
- Call us on 0121 634 8060 - One of our friendly bullion dealers will explain the process of selling your scrap gold, including what types of gold we buy back.
- Post it to us - Before you can post your goods to us you must book the sale in. Once your gold scrap is booked in you will receive a confirmation email. This gives you a reference number, as well as our name and address for postage. We also ask for your basic bank details to be included with your items so we can make your payment once we've received and inspected your item(s).
Please always use the Royal Mail Special Delivery service with the appropriate level of insurance.
Coverage goes up to £2,500 per parcel. Click here for more information.
- Get paid by Bank Transfer - Within 5 working days of receiving your gold we will pay directly into your nominated bank account.
How much is 24 carat gold worth?
24 carat gold jewellery is 99.5% pure, the same purity as investment standard gold bullion. As such, its price is reflected accurately in the gold spot price, which you can see in our gold price charts. We pay up to 95% of the spot price, based on the live charts. Our scrap gold prices are updated every 2 minutes, ensuring a fair and accurate price for our customers.
We accept hallmarked jewellery such as gold rings, necklaces, chains, pendants, and more. If you are looking to sell gold bars or coins, click here. We pay up to 96% of the spot price for bullion bars and coins bought from BullionByPost.
Find out more about us with an information pack sent direct to you through the post.