Industry customers include DENTISTS, JEWELERS, PAWN BROKERS, AND WE BUY GOLD OPERATIONS. Come sell us your gold and get the most cash for the scrap metal. We will pay you instantly. If you send in your gold, we will walk you through the process to make sure you are completely satisfied with your selling decision.

We have a full in-house assaying and smelting facility and can have smelt, assay, melt and give you cash within 30 minutes. Up to 97 percent of the gold price Atlanta Gold & Silver’s mission is to pay the most for your gold and to pay the industry customers the highest percentage of the gold as possible.. Based on client’s volume of gold to sell, we can customize a percentage for you. Sell us all of your scrap gold, gold teeth, dental gold, silver, platinum and palladium metals and we will give you cash.

At Atlanta Gold and Silver we are gold buyers who cater to those in the industry. We offer these services both locally and by phone. We pride ourselves on providing our industry customers with a safe and honest environment to conduct business. As veterans in the industry, we pride ourselves on our commitment to customer service and relationships.

Since we have our own in-house smelting facility, you can watch your gold and silver jewelry lots melt and be prepared for assaying. For those clients who are not based in the Atlanta area, we can record the assaying and smelting process for your gold upon request.

Please call us today and find out more about why you should sell your gold scrap metal to Atlanta Gold and Silver. We are honest and reliable and will make sure you get paid your cash instantly. To find out more about shipping your gold to us, please call us today at 404.815.8893.

Precious Metals Refining Do’s and Don’ts

Do’s

  • Visit your refiner. Get an understanding of their operation. They should be willing to show and explain their process. Find out if the company actually refines or sells to another company.
  • Watch a few of your lots being melted and prepared for sampling
  • Separate your scrap and keep records. Compare each return with previous shipments to develop a history of shipments.

Don’ts

  • Ship to a refiner just because he has a truck in your area. Reliable shippers such as UPS, Federal Express, and even the USPS can take registered shipments up to 75 pounds and $25,000 in value and can usually get the shipment to your refiner faster.
  • Sell your scrap to a broker who estimates its value and pays you cash. His margin more than exceeds the money you’d save by cheating Uncle Sam on your income tax.
  • Hold your refining because you think the prices of precious metals are going up. Have your metals refined and held by the refiner or returned to you, because it is easier to sell the pure product quickly than to market the unknown scrap..
  • Rejoice if you receive a much larger return than you expected in your floor sweeps or sinks. It is usually an indication that your plant is performing inefficiently since waste should be kept to a minimum and collected at the tool, bench, or polishing tanks.

WARNING ***Offered a Metric Ton “Deal”? ****

Have you recently been offered or heard about special deals in gold dust or African, Hong Kong, Singapore gold?

You should know that these “deal opportunities” — measured in metric tons and coming from unknown circles — are commonplace in active markets like the one we are now experiencing.

Over the years we’ve explored a number of them and found that they have all been bogus. In fact, the professional traders on Wall Street dismiss them out of hand.
These deals always arise from someone “who knows a lawyer that has a client who does business with a guy who…, etc., etc.” In fact, We’ve never been able to ascertain who the principals actually are in any of these proposed transactions.

Think about it for a moment…25 metric ton of gold equates to 803,750 troy ounces of gold, which is valued today at approx. $727 million. By comparison, all of the gold vaults serving the New York Commodity Exchange report that they hold a combined total of just under 850,000 troy ounces today. So this proposal involves a gold amount nearly equal to all of that held on the New York Exchange.

Moreover, who do you know that would do a deal valued at 3/4ths of a billion dollars through someone they don’t know, but found through the internet, or through someone else “who knows someone who knows someone”?

Also, gold does not sell at a discount. Why would someone sell it for 3% less than they can get on the open market?

People learn of these proposals and get all excited about getting involved with them. We chased a few of them – for anywhere from 25 metric tons to 500 metric tons — in our early years in this business, but learned from the old salts on Wall Street that they are all just a waste of time.

We don’t mean to burst anyone’s bubble, but thought you ought to have this perspective.
We always consider the source of these proposals. We really don’t take any proposed deal of more than 150,000 troy ounces – which is just under 5 “metric tons” – very seriously anymore.