Quick Answer: What Do Pawn Shops Pay Most For?

What kind of things do pawn shops take?

Best Things to Pawn at a Pawnshop

  • Precious Metals. Jewelry is one of the biggest moneymakers in pawnshops.
  • Tablets. When you already have a computer and a smartphone, your tablet is an easy target for pawnbroker fodder.
  • Power Tools.
  • Gems.
  • Firearms.
  • Collectible Coins and Currency.
  • Sporting Goods.
  • Smartphones.

How much can I pawn a diamond ring for?

Most pawn shops usually pay about 30 to 60% of what a diamond is worth. Once you add in the standard retail markup that’s applied to most diamonds, this means that you’ll usually receive an offer for a small fraction of the amount you paid for your diamond ring when it was new.

Are pawn shops ethical?

Most shops will share on their website or over the phone what you can and cannot pawn. While pawn shops are a lot more ethical than you might think, it still helps to work with one you really trust. John’s Pawn Shop has been in business since 1975 and above all else, we value honesty.

How much can I get if I pawn my TV?

In case you have a newer version of a flat screen TV you can get a reasonably good price from many pawn shops. If you own a TV that has all the components intact and is less than 26 inches, expect a loan of somewhere around $25-$50.

How much will pawnshop pay for 32 inch flat screen?

A pawn shop should offer you $50 to $37.

A 32″ flat screen tv currently sells for $138. Pawn shops determine the sale value of your 32″ flat screen tv by searching eBay mostly, to get a current market value of your item.

What is the most collectible item?

The 10 Most Popular Collectible Items (And How to Store Them)

  1. Comic Books.
  2. Coins and Currency.
  3. Classic Cars.
  4. Trading Cards.
  5. Dolls and Toys.
  6. Stamps.
  7. Wine.
  8. Fine Art and Jewelry. Fine art and jewelry are lumped together because they are both highly personal collectibles.

What old dolls are worth money?

Porcelain dolls that were made 80 to 100 years ago or more can be quite valuable. For example, a doll made in 1916 by the French sculptor Albert Marque—one of 100 limited edition dolls dressed by the Parisian couturier Jeanne Margaine-LaCroix—was sold in 2014 by auction house Theriault’s for $300,000.