Silver $29.08 Gold $2399.10 Platinum $963.00 Palladium $890.00 Copper $0.27 Active: 438

Hi. I'm Goldie.

Welcome to my free Gold Appraisal Service.


Can I sell here on iGuide?

Yes. Ready to sell? With our Instant Offer service you can sell as soon as today. It's online selling made simple.

Who is my buyer?

iGuide partners with professional USA buyers who've passed our rigorous screening process. Every buyer is a licensed, full-time business and must maintain an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

How does it work?

You sell in a safe secure fashion from the comfort of home. Here is how it works:

  • Step 1 - Get your free appraisal.
  • Step 2 - Get your Instant Offer.
  • Step 3 - Ship.
  • Step 4 - Receive same day payment via Direct Deposit, PayPal, Zelle, Venmo or eCheck.

Ready to start? LET'S GO

What is Spot Price and where do you get it?
Updated twice daily, our spot price is a composite of live BID prices from various sources including Kitco, ComexLive and others.
How to sell locally?
Armed with this appraisal, you can stroll into your local pawnshop or jewelry shop with confidence. If your local buyer doesn't offer at least the appraised BID value, go somewhere else or sell online.
What is a DWT?

DWT stands for pennyweight. A pennyweight is 1/20th of a troy ounce.

Are the stones worth anything?

The appraisal is for scrap gold items with stones removed or stone weight discounted. Large (1/2 carat or more) diamonds, rubies, emeralds or other precious gemstones add greatly to the appraised value. But scrap gold buyers do not want semi-precious stones nor tiny "chips" of diamonds. They deduct from the total weight to compensate for the "glass" weight.

What does gold filled or 10K GF mean?

The term “gold-filled jewelry” refers to items with a core of base metal, usually brass, and an outer layer of 14K or 10K gold. Legally, to be sold as gold-filled, an item must contain at least 5% gold. That’s a lot more gold than you’ll find in gold-plated or gold vermeil jewelry.

What does EGP or GP mean?

A GP mark stands for “gold-plated” meaning the jewelry is comprised of a thin layer of gold (0.05%) bonded to another base metal (usually copper, silver, or brass). Gold-plated jewelry is generally low quality, tarnishes easily, and can be harsh on sensitive skin. Example: An “18K GP” stamp does not mean the piece is 18k gold but rather it is made of a base metal and plated with 18k gold. Use the "magnet test" to verify. Place a strong magnet near the piece and it will stick to the magnet.

A GE or GEP mark stands for “gold electroplated” meaning that the jewelry is plated with gold via electroplating – a process in which a thin layer of gold is applied to base metal using an electric current.