Cook County Silver buys sterling silver and offers cash deals. We pay extra for good qaulity items like Tiffany & Co., Christofle, Reed & Barton, Wallace Silversmiths, Hannah Hull by Tuttle Sterling Silver Flatware, Tuttle 46-Piece Triumph Sterling Silver Flatware Service, and Onslow By Tuttle Sterling Silver Flatware Service.
Rings, earrings, bracelets, chains, necklaces, pendants ring jackets, class rings, wedding bands, earring jackets, empty mountings, baby jewelry watch cases, watch bracelets, ankle bracelets, service pins, cufflinks, tie bars, tie tacs, watch chains, silver dinnerware, tea services, anything solid sterling silver.
We buy silver coins, bars, and bullion including US silver dimes and quarters 1964 and earlier. Silver eagles, Silver Maples, Peace & Morgan Dollars, 1, 5, 10, and 100 oz bars from any manufacturer (must say 999 silver on the bar).
We pay cash for silver coins and bullion.
Sterling, Sterling Silver or 925 are common U. S. markings. Foreign silver has several small square stamps (hallmarks). They identify an authorized Silversmith and other details. Any sterling piece must be marked "925" or "sterling" on it OR IT IS NOT SOLID SILVER. Please check your items for these markings.
Sterling Silver must be refined before being re-used. This is an expensive process. Therefore we currently pay 75% of spot value for your sterling silver items. Most places pay less than 50% for your sterling silver items. Cook County Silver Buyer pays close to the spot value for your silver coins and bars because these items do not need to be refined as they are already pure silver. read more
The best choice would be to find a local Silver buyer. Some web-based Cash for Silver companies have been exposed as paying as little as 5% of the actual silver's value. Plus you have to send your jewlry away without knowing what they will pay and if they are being honest.
When you sell Silver locally, you can request that the buyer weighs your items in front of you, and you can get his offer without being required to sell.
By following this simple guide, you can be sure you will receive a fair price for all silver jewelry!