Gold and silver being used as currency can be traced back hundreds or even thousands of years. There is a reason that these two metals were viewed as having a value above all others in almost every time in our history and around the world. Our currency was originally backed by gold and silver, so that for every dollar or coin made, there was physical gold and silver to back it up. If you look at an old $1 silver certificate, you will see that is says “Payable in silver coin to Bearer on demand.” This means when our currency was backed by these precious metals, you could walk into a bank and get a dollar’s worth of silver for that $1 note!
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Over the past few years with a weaker economy people have been struggling to raise money for their favorite charities and causes they support. These fundraisers are very important to every community as the money raised goes to support many families that are in need. One of the main problems today is people do not have the extra money to donate, as rising costs in their own home has made it difficult to keep up with the bills, much less give money to help other people. It isn’t that we don’t want to help, it is just that we can’t and this trickle down effect is felt at every level.
Doylestown and Richboro Gold Exchange has developed a fundraising idea that has been used and has raised money without hurting people in the wallet. With the price of gold and silver so high, you may be surprised at what treasures you may have in your jewelry box. A hand full of old broken jewelry could be worth hundreds of dollars.
Continue reading Looking to raise money for a charity? Need a new Fundraising idea?- Try a gold Party!
After dealing with Hurricane Sandy and her disastrous impact on our communities, most of us came to realize that we are not fully prepared for an emergency situation. Many people were without power for days and would have been very grateful for the use of a generator. Although, most dependable generators are very expensive and run anywhere from $500 to $3,000! Not to mention you need to purchase and store many gallons of gas to keep the generator running.
It’s not like you have that extra money lying around, or do you? In the last week, The Doylestown and Richboro Gold Exchanges, have assisted many customers in scrapping their old jewelry and coins to save up some extra money to prepare for the next emergency situation. We will take your unwanted or damaged jewelry, old coins, diamonds and other precious metals in exchange for on-the-spot-money. Sell your gold and silver for cash. A handful of your old gold jewelry could easily turn into $1,000 towards a new generator.
Continue reading Need Cash for a Generator? – Sell your Gold and Silver Today!