Before You Buy or Sell Any Precious Metal
Use our - FREE - online calculators to find the current scrap value of items like:
- Gold Jewelry
- Silver Jewelry
- Platinum Jewelry
- Palladium Jewelry
- Gold Bullion
- Silver Bullion
- Platinum Bullion
- Palladium Bullion
- Sterling Silver Flatware
- Sterling Silver Plates
- Sterling Silver Cups
- Sterling Silver Bowls
- U.S. Silver Coins
- U.S. Gold Coins
- Canada Silver Coins
- Mexico Silver Coins
The Complete Calculator List
Don't Be Under Paid for Your Scrap Gold or Silver
The weight conversion and melt value calculators are online reference tools that perform the task of calculating the precious metal content and the conversion to troy ounces. You only need to know the weight of your item and it's purity, the calculators will do the rest. Quickly convert from grains, grams, pennyweights, milligrams, pounds, Kilos and other weight units.
Sterling Silver Calculator
The sterling calculator is dedicated to .925 pure silver. The law or standard by which an item can be sold as "Sterling Silver" is that it must contain at least 92.5% pure silver. Our sterling calculator automatically subtracts 7.5% from the weight entered and provides the value of the .999 pure silver only.
Silver and Gold Coin Calculators
When you select one of the silver or gold coin melt value calculators, you only need to know the quantity of each type of coin you have. The coin calculators will provide the amount of precious metal that is contained within the number of coins that was entered. This is based on the weight of the coin when it was minted.
Current Spot Prices and Currency Exchange Rates
If you need the value of your goods in different currencies, we offer spot price and currency conversion for the world's top currencies. Comparing the value of your precious metal items across multiple currencies has never been easier. Our exchange rates are updated daily and the spot price banners are updated continuously while the markets are open.
Please read the Calculator Instructions page for detailed information regarding our calculators.
What Scale Should I Use to Weigh Precious Metals?
You want to be as accurate as possible when weighing your precious metals. We recommend a digital gram scale that is accurate to .01 or 1/100 gram.
Is My Silver or Gold Real?
The only way to know for sure is to test. A simple testing kit is all you need to know if your silver/gold/platinum is real.
Where Is the Best Place to Buy Gold and Silver?
We recommend Golden Eagle Coins. You can find good deals on bullion and specialty coins.