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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AT RPM-GOLD

The Calculator mentions that it gives an estimate? So just what is the true value of my items?
The price of gold is agreed and fixed in London twice daily (AM & PM). This is called the "Gold Fix" price. As this changes daily, the price we give can change in the same day. So the calculator is only an estimate based on the prices in our systems on the day and time you visit.
What types of precious metals do you buy?
We mainly buy; Gold, Silver, Platinum, however we do buy other types, please contact us for more information.
How is the fineness measured?
Fineness is measured by how many parts per thousand are pure. You can often tell the fineness of your gold by the number, or hallmark that is written on it. One popular English hallmark is 375, or 9ct, which means the gold's fineness is 375 parts per thousand (37.5%) pure. Please note that a number on its own - without an official assay office stamp - it's not considered a hallmark and does not necessarily represent the true fineness of the article in question.
What if some of my items aren't gold?
If you desire, we can test your items to see if they are gold.
What we buy
Gold Coins Full Sovereigns Kruggerands
Any Dental Gold Gents Rings Lockets
Bangles Gold Bought Abroad Necklaces
Bent/Broken Jewellery Gold Brooches Rings
Bracelets Gold Coins Signet Rings
Chains Gold Ingots Stone Set Rings
Coin Rings Gold Pendants Tangled Gold Chains
Earrings Gold Watches White Gold
Items with missing stones Half Sovereigns Un-hallmarked Gold