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FS: Solid 9ct Gold Mens Curb Bracelet - 62g

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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:61 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
I will now accept cash OR trade/part trade

Not really much I can say about this. I want to buy a dSLR camera, and have decided to sell a piece of my jewellery to fund the purchase.

http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w195/scribbles123/goldbrace.jpg

It is a 2oz chunk of solid 9ct, 21cm from end to end, and when you wear it you do know it :giggle:
I have highlighted the UK hallmark, which whilst not readable is clearly visable. It has three hallmarks in total, one on the clasp and two on the bracelet. A beautiful curb bracelet for the discerning gentleman. The closest I can find to it, on Argos, retails at £399 and that is on special offer! The selling price for this very similar item is usually £479.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2231248/Trail/C%24cip%3D50578.Men%26%2339%3Bs%2Bcurb%2Bbracelets.htm 62g curb bracelet at Argos

[U I'll accept in the region of £200 cash, or £250ish for trade, and it is worth every penny IMO. If you value your image, you'll value this item for those special nights out on the town. I would like payment by BACS transfer to my bank account.
It comes with a nice blue case and i'll post by Royal Mail special delivery only.
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:61 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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Where abouts are you?
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Essex
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#4
£330?
#5
Doesn't look like i'll get my dSLR does it? :(
Make me an offer and i'll tell you if it is hot or cold.
This is a beautiful piece of jewellery. Treat yourself, you know you deserve it ;)
#6
Not even an offer? Stroll on :roll:
I want my camera while i'm still young. I'll try eBay, if no-one is interested.
If anyone sees this for the bargain that it is in the next few days, then feel free to PM me. I'll put it on eBay when the next 10p day comes along.
It seems like quantity rules over quality in here ... :?
#7
My item is still for sale.
#8
^^offers?^^
#9
Any sort of reciept with it? May be interested but the prices that come to my head may be too low for you, nowhere near your asking price, btw what dslr camera are you looking for?
#10
I already bought my DSLR. I got the Sony A100 10.2mp jobbie. It is a lovely camera.
Make me the offer, and i'll decide if it's too low ;-)
I want to recoup the funds now, but i'm open to negotiation within reason.
#11
'within reason' - thats what worries me, lol.

£100 was my max to pay for a bracelet, I can pay £100 for yours, like I said, dont think you'll accept but this offer will stand incase no one else takes it.
#12
I would have had it if the price was to high il give you £130 .... the goin price for sec hand gold is about £70 a oz. I got 1 not long ago for £85 that was 57.2g
#13
@still2day, sorry. That really is too low. Thanks for the reply though.
@pav, you say that it is worth £70oz as scrap? Then it's worth £140 anywhere ya like. Sorry, £130 is off the mark i'm afraid.
It's gotta be worth £200, at a bare minimum, as a crafted piece of solid 9k jewelery, even if it is second hand. I really couldn't take a penny less than that, plus 4% for Paypal if applicable. Even then, you would be twisting my arm off at the sockets.
#14
Whats your location? If you decide to drop the price let me know, might just miss this thread, really interested if you do drop the price though.
#15
I won't go lower than £200 or equivilent, I can assure you ;-)
I may consider a trade for a BNIB 80gb iPod video if that helps. I've changed the OP to reflect that I will accept a full or part trade. I am in Chelmsford for the record.
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@still2day, sorry. That really is too low. Thanks for the reply though.
@pav, you say that it is worth £70oz as scrap? Then it's worth £140 anywhere ya like. Sorry, £130 is off the mark i'm afraid.
It's gotta be worth £200, at a bare minimum, as a crafted piece of solid 9k jewelery, even if it is second hand. I really couldn't take a penny less than that, plus 4% for Paypal if applicable. Even then, you would be twisting my arm off at the sockets.



£70 is not for scrap .... £70 a oz is for buyin sec hand gold if you go in Albemarle & Bond they will tell you the same or in fact any jewellers /pawn brokers

Good luck in sellin it
#17
That's probably true, but it ain't really fair for the seller. Gold is gold, whether it is second hand or new. I'd rather pay £200 for this than £399 for a new one in Argos, no matter what way you cut it. But that is just my opinion I suppose. I would also argue the comparison of two ounces of worthless trinkets to a two ounce bracelet.
It looks like i'll need some luck LOL
I'll have to pay that A&B place a visit and see if they will sell me a couple of ounces of 1870 sovs at weight value. My guess is that they would laugh me out of the shop.
#18
Mods, please close this thread :)
I may be a muppet, but i'm not a stupid muppet. I'll sell this elsewhere for it's true worth. Thanks.

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