I bought this 14 K gold ring at a yard sale one morning. It cost a whole twenty-five cents. What a deal, trade a quarter for a gold ring! With the price of gold, there is definitely more than 25 cents worth of gold in the ring. Or if you go buy one at a store, you will certainly pay more than 25 cents.
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It was a double whammy garage sale of the earring variety. These beautiful hoop earrings (2 pairs) were found at the yard sale for 50 cents a pair. While looking them over, I noticed the 10K on the posts. These were coming home with me. They were in perfect condition. Read the entire blog post at http://www.ifindtreasure.com/blog/double-whammy-gold-hoop-story/ … Good Luck and Happy Hunting ~Vicki, author of Cheap Gold and Silver
These two 14 K gold single earrings were bought at yard sales for twenty five cents each. Don’t forget to look at single earrings, people like to sell them cheap as junk. They are NOT junk, they are GOLD.
Here’s a 14 K gold herringbone necklace I found at a garage sale. It was only fifty cents, since it was broken. Herringbone necklaces are notorious for kinking and breaking…good items to keep your eyes open for to turn into scrap gold. There is definitely more than fifty cents of gold in this necklace.
Here’s a small 14 K Gold floating Heart Charm. I bought this gold charm for twenty-five cents at a garage sale. If I went to a jewelry store to buy this charm, I would definitely be paying more than a quarter for this charm. Buying this charm at the yard sale, saved me money. And now I have a small gold heart charm to match my bigger one (I mentioned in the previous post on the iFind Treasure blog post on March 2, 2012).
Here’s another broken chain, it’s a 14 K box chain. I bought this from a yard sale for fifty cents. With the price of gold these days, there is more than fifty cents of gold in this necklace. It is not junk, it is valuable treasure. But to the untrained eye, it is only JUNK. I know everyone reading this blog, will also see it as dollar signs.
Side View of the Opal Triplet Earrings from a Yard Sale. Notice the round dome quartz cap. Observing them through my loupe reveals the color of play is flat and comes from the back of the “stone” sandwich. This confirms it is an opal triplet and not a solid opal. Read the entire article on our website (www.ifindtreasure.com/blog) and find out why the seller gave them to me free of charge. ~ Vicki Priebe, author of Cheap Gold and Silver