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Gold is a valuable market item. Every now and then, the price of gold fluctuates so it becomes pricier as time passes. If you have gold items like jewelry, coins, silverware and bullion that you no longer need and want to use for something else, here’s an option: you can sell your gold & silver to us!

At A to Z Pawns, we buy gold items from customers who wish to sell their gold jewelry, gold watches, gold coins, gold silverware and other gold items in exchange for money or trade them for other valuable items. We operate a legit and fair business with our customers and we make sure that you get the right amount of money or value of goods in exchange for your gold items.

If you are planning to sell gold items for the first time and you’re not sure what to do, we recommend that you keep these things in mind:

  • Make sure to know as much as possible about the item you wish to sell. You should be well-informed about the item or product that you are selling. A good amount of research and knowing the price ranges for the different karats of gold will help you with your gold transaction.
  • Get an appraisal for your gold items’ value before you directly sell to a pawnshop. If you have a set or pieces of gold jewelry that you wish to sell, we recommend that you have it appraised by jewelers at jewelry shops near you. If you bring the piece into us, we can provide with a quote on the spot on what we are willing to pay.
  • Don’t be afraid to haggle or negotiate with pawnshop dealers. Your items will usually be priced less than the original price because they’re not brand new, have designs that are no longer in style, and have been tampered by aging. These things make the pieces a bit harder to resell. However, if you think that your items are still worth more than the offered price, you can try to negotiate with the dealer to buy them at a little higher price. Dealers have their own thresholds for haggling prices.


There are many pawnshops located in different areas in Phoenix, AZ, but you want to find a pawn shop that has been serving the community for a good amount of time. The best way of finding one that works for you is to check on their business history. A successful and trustworthy pawnshop should have the following qualities:

  • They have good people for their staff. A successful pawnshop can’t be successful without their staff who offer their customers good service and respectful treatment. A shop’s customer service should be reasonably fair and objective; no customer should be treated differently from other customers.
  • They provide correct or accurate information. When you call a shop for inquiries, the information they provide you on the phone should match what you see when you visit their shop.
  • They carefully check your goods or items for selling before they give or offer you a price. Trustworthy pawnshops should price your items objectively and fairly through careful assessment.
  • They deal with other types of valuables and have a long list of loyal patrons who trust in their services. One way of telling if a pawnshop is trustworthy is by knowing how long they’ve been in business. Successful shops and dealers have well-established reputations and have been running their business for more than a decade—no business can last that long if they don’t provide reliable services to their customers.


A to Z Pawns has all these qualities and more. With our business running successfully for over 25 years, we are confident that you won’t regret doing business with us. If you are looking to sell your valuable items, we can definitely help you with that. We buy, sell and trade different types of valuable goods like jewelry, electronics, collectibles, antiques and many more. Definitely, you can sell your gold to us whether it is jewelry, coins, or watches!