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Albuquerque’s Gold and Silver Exchange

Gold and Silver Exchange, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was founded in 1979 and has been in operation for over 30 years. With more than 70 years of combined experience in the jewelry and precious metals industry, our team can help you buy and sell gold and silver and more. We buy and sell scrap gold in Albuquerque, buy silver jewelry and buy and sell all precious metal scrap materials containing gold, silver, or platinum. We also evaluate and buy diamonds.


Gold and Silver Exchange in Albuquerque sells gold and silver bullion and coins. Browse our online store before coming in to see what we have in stock. Buying and selling items in our inventory is secure with our 24-hour security monitoring, and we have a courtesy security guard who makes sure you are safe walking to and from your vehicle. We offer very reasonably priced gold and silver bullion and coins for sale in Albuquerque, all of which has been quality-tested and inspected. Bring us your old valuables and we will evaluate them on the spot and make you the best offer in Albuquerque, guaranteed.

Quality and Quantity

We make sure that every item in our inventory passes quality control standards before we put it on the market. We also have an on-site jewelry repair. Our evaluation techniques allow us to buy unmarked items immediately, with testing performed in front of customers and video cameras. Have you found any gold and silver bullion and coins in Albuquerque but can’t afford it? Check our featured products. Buy gold and silver bullion and coins in Albuquerque and compare our prices.

Gold Buyers in Albuquerque

The goal of those who sell gold in Albuquerque is to find a trusted source that pays a fair price. Gold and Silver Exchange has been growing exponentially due to our fairness and earned trust. Our past customers refer their friends. If you have old gold jewelry or ornaments, come by and visit Gold and Silver Exchange and allow us to make you an on the spot cash offer. You will get a great deal with us, guaranteed, whether you are selling jewelry, gold nuggets, or scrap gold.

We are committed to fairness and earning your trust, as New Mexico’s top precious metal experts.

Buying Gold

You may be wondering how you can know that the gold price quoted is fair, or how the value is calculated on jewelry and scrap gold. Karat and weight are the two main factors in determining the right value. Gold and Silver exchange tests the karat and weighs the jewelry in front of the customer to arrive at a fair price.

To get the correct value of a jewelry item, come by Gold and Silver Exchange, located on Manual one block east of San Pedro in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Gold and Silver Exchange stands out in the precious metals industry, as experts in precious metals utilizing collective techniques in determining jewelry quality.

Before you buy gold and silver in Albuquerque, make sure to visit us and compare our prices. You can browse our gold and silver bullion and coins inventory online, at our Online Store. You will experience first hand how fair our offers are.

Selling Gold

While we offer you to buy gold and silver at a fair price, we also offer you to sell your gold and jewelry to us at a fair price. Everyone wants a bigger payout. However, it is often hard to find a buyer giving a fair price. Many people in a big rush to sell scrap gold run down to local Albuquerque pawn shops, who often pay less than half their value.

“Where to sell my gold in Albuquerque?” and “Where to sell my jewelry in Albuquerque?” are good questions, that may take a day or two of research to try and figure out. We encourage our customers to get quotes elsewhere before coming to us. It will help solidify in your mind that you are getting a fair deal.

How authentic are your items, and how legitimate and trustworthy is the gold buyer you are selling to? These are questions you need to ask yourself. Pawn shops in Albuquerque can help determine characteristics of your piece. However, you will not always be able to tell if the cash amount offered is fair. At Gold and Silver Exchange, we earn your trust. Many of our customers have been coming to us for decades.

So for all those who have old-fashioned silver trinkets/antiques, molten gold, unused or unwanted valuables, dental gold, or platinum jewelry, come on down to Gold and Silver Exchange. We buy all forms of gold and silver in Albuquerque and we sell gold and silver bullion and coins. We give the best price for all items. You will find that most gold and jewelry buyers in Albuquerque or jewelry buyers in New Mexico do not pay a fair price for used gold items and fine jewelry. After earning your trust, we ask that you refer your friends to us, so that they do not get ripped off at some Albuquerque pawn shop.

Gold Markets

When is the best time to sell your gold? What will the market do tomorrow? These questions are the topic of widespread debate among industry experts. You can look at the historical value charts of Gold and Silver, and come to your own conclusions. We believe it is a good time to sell metals, due to the recent hike in value, but it may also be a good time to buy metals, since some say they will keep their value more reliably than money, and even climb higher. You can hold on to your metals in hope the value will rise, but we have seen the market go from low to high and back again many times, with many amateurs and experts alike failing to identify the peak in value. The question of how long you are going to hold on to your precious metals is one that only you can answer. Economy is another factor that should be monitored to look for signs of declining market value.

Always choose the best place to buy and sell gold and silver in Albuquerque. Just around the corner in Albuquerque is your friendly precious metal expert – Gold and Silver Exchange.

Serving customers from all over Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Placitas, Las Lunas, Sandia Park, Edgewood, Belen, and even customers from as far away as Santa Fe, Grants, Roswell, Las Cruces, Farmington, Gallup, and other remote parts of New Mexico.

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