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Scrap silver refinery

Hi,

I have a lot of scrap silver from pieces I tried and didn’t like,
shavings/filings, odd pieces leftover from sawing. Can you give me
some guidance who gives a good price and minimal charges for scrap
silver?

Thank you,
Jeanette

Jeanette,

I’ve been dealing with Stebgo for years. Very reasonable, very
dependable.

Hope this helps.
Hans Allwicher
hansallwicher.com

Does anyone have a recommendation as to where the best place is to
get rid of scrap silver? Is it best to turn it into cash or use
against a new order of material? I’m considering tin can jewelry in
this market!!

I refine my own scrap silver using nitric acid.

I sell my scrap to Rio Grande, I get 75% of spot for store credit
and 65% for check mailed to me. No hassle, can get the form and
at

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/j5

John

Hauser & Miller
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/hauserandmiller

gives me a choice of cash or product. The product is a better deal
than cash. Turn around time is fast.

Good luck,
M

Midwest refinery
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/j8

pays 90% on scrap their turn around is great you get a check within a
few days no charges for services justa happy customer

Midwest Refineries is great:
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/j8

G&S Metals does a great job. Super quick and will refine a whole lot
of extras to.

Same as the others the in store credit is higher than the check but
you can keep a credit with them for some time, although mine never
lasts very long.

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/gsgold

Christine
www.christinebossler.com

Thanks for the on Midwest Refinery. I have a batch of
scrap silver that I would like to sell. I have been taking it to a
local refinery The advantage of taking it there is that I do not
have to ship it., The down side is that they do not pay nearly as
much as Midwest–only 65% of spot. However, I am concerned about how
to ship my silver to Midwest. What is the safest way? I am concerned
about “loss,” in the mail.

Thanks for your help.
Alma

If you need to learn more about the clean scrap program stuller
offers… Exchange for cash or apply to a new order

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/jg

Andy “The Tool Guy” Kroungold
Stuller

I am concerned about how to ship my silver to Midwest. What is the
safest way? I am concerned about "loss," in the mail. 

The best way to ship anything as valuable as jewelry is through the
USPS Registered Mail.

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ji

Alma,

I ship scrap to Hauser & Miller; jewelry to my photographer, and
jewelry to customers. I insure the correct amount and describe the
contents as “metal O rings” or “children’s art project”. Works for
me.

Good luck,
M