Gold Blogs

6 years 9 weeks ago
This is a brief introduction to the world of the British gold sovereign and as the price of gold per gram increases more and more customers are deciding to sell their prized assets. The first British gold sovereign was circulated in 1489 by Henry VII, and half sovereign via Henry VIII whilst the mass produced gold sovereign’s we know today begun in 1817 during the reign of George III.  
6 years 12 weeks ago
The price of Gold per gram is high at present albeit with frequent fluctuations. The price of gold tends to increase when the economy is performing poorly. Over the last two years, gold prices have dramatically increased. Though the price has dipped a tad since reaching record highs in 2011 and 2012, gold still shines for any prospective buyer or seller.
6 years 17 weeks ago
We would like to sincerely wish all of our existing and future customers a merry Christmas and a happy peaceful New Year and look forward to providing a first class service and best cash for gold prices in 2013! Regarding opening times although the London bullion markets are closed until Wednesday January 3rd we will be working intermittently over the festive break so please do contact us with any of your queries and we will get back to you ASAP. The Management
6 years 17 weeks ago
When a customer makes an initial enquiry regarding selling gold prices they often state they are not sure if some of their items are gold or not! My typical reply is that if your jewellery contains no gold, silver or platinum, it is certainly made of something else, probably copper or a copper-based alloy i.e., an alloy being a mixture of metals.
6 years 18 weeks ago
Friends and customers alike sometimes ask us what  types of gold are out there?
6 years 19 weeks ago
Gold and other precious metals have been mined within the UK for thousands of years and lucrative buying and selling of Gold (copper and tin) was probably one of the main reasons the Romans invaded England and Wales. Gold has been found in North and mid-Wales, Cornwall and parts of Scotland. It can be extracted from the ground or found in steams.