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Old gold should not go for scrap value. There are jewelers who will value it not only for its intrinsic worth but also value the history and aesthetic value of the jewelry and give you a much better offer than your local jewelry shop. To sell gold in NY (even if you are from around NY), try a ...

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Gold dust is a quite uncertain commodity: assay will reveal what is in it, in what percentages, and whether or not it is a commercially viable sample. Unassayed gold dust might be worth only $150.00/oz, considering the level of contaminants and pyrites that may be in it.