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Value of Gold Investing:
Gold has always been a preferred asset class for investors. It acts as an effective hedge against economic crises and secures your assets as it is a safe haven to protect you against inflation of currency.

Since 2001, the value of gold has been increasing steadily, from 250 USD per ounce to an estimated 1415 USD per ounce in Dec 2010. High gold prices are attracting gold sellers to sell their old gold jewelry and gold bullion bars for cash.

Looking to buy gold to secure your assets as safe haven by preserving the value of your national currency? We offer physical gold purchases of Singapore Minted Gold Bars and Gold Coins ranging from 1 grams to 100 grams at Best Price when we have Used Gold available.

Why Invest In Physical Silver

Silver coins are possibly the oldest mass produced form of coinage. Silver has been used as a coinage metal since the times of the Greeks. Their silver drachmas were popular trade coins.

As with all collectible coins, many factors determine the value of a collectible silver coin, such as its rarity, demand, condition and the number originally minted. Ancient silver coins coveted by collectors include the Denarius and Miliarense, while more recent collectible silver coins include the Morgan Dollar and the Spanish Milled Dollar.

Other than collector's silver coins, silver bullion coins are popular among people who desire a "hedge" against currency inflation or store of value. Silver has an international currency symbol of XAG under ISO 4217.

Before 1797, British pennies used to be made out of silver while the ancient Persians used silver coins between 612-330 BC.

In precious metals bull markets, investing in silver instead of investing in gold provides greater percentage gains because silver outperforms gold in precious metals bull markets. In rising demand of precious metals markets, silver turns in greater percentage gains than gold. Diversification is a good choice when come into precious metals.

Adding to the appeal of silver to investors is the huge--and growing--industrial demand for silver, which means that investing in silver could be profitable for years to come.

But, the primary reason investing in silver instead of gold results in greater profits is that silver is "the poor man's gold." When the masses come to this market, people buy silver, and in the aggregate the masses have more money than the wealthy.

That is the main reason why we now carry silver to meet the demand in Singapore.

Why silver is used for coinage

Silver coins were among the first coins ever used, thousands of years ago. The silver standard was used for centuries in many places of the world. And the use of silver for coins, instead of other materials, has many reasons:

Silver is liquid, easily tradable, and with a low spread between the prices to buy and sell. A low spread typically occurs when an item is fungible.

  • Silver is easily transportable. Silver and gold have a high value to weight ratio.
  • Silver can be divisible into small units without destroying its value; precious metals can be coined from bars, or melted down into bars again.
  • A silver coin is fungible: that is, one unit or piece must be equivalent to another.
  • A silver coin has a certain weight, or measure, to be verifiably countable.
  • A silver coin is long lasting and durable. A silver coin is not subject to decay.
  • A silver coin has a stable value and an intrinsic value. Silver has been an ever scarce metal


Silver as an investment

Silver, like other precious metals, may be used as an investment. For more than four thousand years, silver has been regarded as a form of money and store of value. However, since the end of the silver standard, silver has lost its role as legal tender in many developed countries such as the United States. In 2009, the main demand for silver was for industrial applications (40%), jewellery, bullion coins and exchange-traded products.

Due to rising demand in silver, we carry quality fine silver bullion bars and fine silver bullion coins.

Silver Bars

A traditional way of investing in silver is by buying actual bullion bars. In some countries, like Switzerland and Liechtenstein, bullion bars can be bought or sold over the counter at major banks.

The flat, rectangular shape of silver bars makes them ideal for storage in a home safe, a safe deposit box at a bank, or placed in allocated (also known as non-fungible) or unallocated (fungible or pooled) storage with a bank or dealer. Silver is traded in the spot market with the code "XAG". When settled in United States Dollars, the code is "XAGUSD".

Various sizes of silver bars:

  • 1000 oz troy bars – These bars weigh about 68 pounds avoirdupois (31 kg) and vary about 10% as to weight, as bars range from 900 ozt to about 1,100 ozt (28 to 34 kg). These are COMEX and LBMA good delivery bars.
  • 100 oz troy bars – These bars weigh 6.8 pounds (3.11 kg) and are among the most popular with retail investors. Popular brands are Engelhard and Johnson Matthey. Those brands cost a bit more, usually about 40 cents to 2.00 dollars per troy ounce above the spot price, but that price may vary with market conditions.
  • Odd weight retail bars – These bars cost less and generally have a wider spread, due to the extra work it takes to calculate their value and the extra risk due to the lack of a good brand name.
  • 1 kilogram bars (32.15 oz troy)
  • 10 oz troy bars and 1 oz troy bars (311 and 31.1 g)


Silver Coins and Silver Rounds

Buying silver coins is another popular method of physically holding silver. Examples are the one ounce 99.99% pure Canadian Silver Maple Leaf and the one ounce 99.9% pure American Silver Eagle. Coins may be minted as either fine silver or junk silver, the latter being older coins with a smaller percentage of silver. U.S. coins 1964 and older (half dollars, dimes, and quarters) are 25 grams per dollar of face value and 90% silver (22½ g silver per dollar). All 1965-1970 and one half of the 1975-1976 Bicentennial San Francisco proof and mint set Kennedy half dollars are "clad" in a silver alloy and contain just under one half of the silver in the pre-1965 issues.

Junk-silver coins are also available as sterling silver coins, which were officially minted until 1919 in the United Kingdom and Canada and 1945 in Australia. These coins are 92.5% silver and are in the form of (in decreasing weight) Crowns, Half-crowns, Florins, Shillings, Sixpences, and threepence. The tiny threepence weighs 1.41 grams, and the Crowns are 28.27 grams (1.54 grams heavier than a US $1). Canada produced silver coins with 80% silver content from 1920 to 1967.

Other hard money enthusiasts use .999 fine silver rounds as a store of value. A cross between bars and coins, silver rounds are produced by a huge array of mints, generally contain a troy ounce of silver in the shape of a coin, but have no status as legal tender. Rounds can be ordered with a custom design stamped on the faces or in assorted batches.

Gold Price Singapore is now an Official Scottsdale Silver Dealer.

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Scottsdale Silver provides some of the most exceptional bullion products available to consumers today. They have a strict policy of only providing the finest bullion products that exceed the highest standards which pass their guidelines of purity/weight, quality, and craftsmanship.

All of the Scottsdale Silver products are ISO:9001-2008 certified and authorized by Internal Revenue Service of the United States of America for use in IRA accounts.

100% Guaranteed for Purity – Scottsdale Silver fully stand behind each and every product they deliver.


COMMITMENT TO ENVIRONMENT - SCOTTSDALE SILVER IS GREEN!
 
A portion of our silver bullion has been recovered from the photography and manufacturing industry.
This award-winning recycling process refines the highest purity materials to a final percentage of .999 or greater which meets or exceeds ASTM purity standards. Every ounce recycled saves the energy and environmental impact of mining new metal. When you buy Scottsdale Silver from us, you are doing your part to support environmentally responsible business.

Scottsdale Silver products are getting incredible media press as seen in the following Taiwan News video:



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How To Invest Physical Gold In The Cheapest Way?

1. Invest in physical gold purchases at bank price in cash payment. Applicable for 10g and above.

2. You can enjoy cash rebates or points for physical gold purchases using Credit Card. Check with your bank for more information.

3. Utilise your Credit to own physical gold, no high spread (overprice value) on your physical gold purchase. We offer the best value for your physical gold purchases.

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We offer gold bullion bars and silver coins which ranges from 1 grams to 100 grams bars.


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You may fill in the Sell Gold Kit form, SMS or dial our customer service hotline at (65) 97818351 stating your contact details (Full Name), purity and weight of your gold items you intend to sell and we will follow up with a quote.

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Where do you buy gold and silver in Singapore and sell gold jewelry in Singapore? You have come to the right place.

GoldTraderAsia.com is precious metals dealer in Singapore which trades in various form of gold and silvers including bullion, bars, ingots and gold and silver coins in Singapore.

We offer gold bullion bars and silver coins which ranges from 1 grams to 100 grams.


How To Buy Gold and Sell Gold With Gold Trader Asia Pte Ltd

Gold have several forms which can be considered as an investment. Physical gold bars, gold coins or gold certificates. The Gold Fixing of London provides standard gold pricing which are set twice daily.

Gold is a form of investment that is both physical and liquid asset. You can either hold in your hands, buy or sell gold easily.

You may often think that buying gold shares are actually shares of gold, but if you buy and sell gold shares, you're actually buying and selling gold shares of a gold mining company, not selling shares of spot gold.

You must consider carefully and seek as much professional advice as possible when concerning gold investment. It may be very easy for you to sell gold right now, but should you consider to hold your gold longer and will the demand go up even higher? Gold investment like any other forms of investment is complicated and debatable.

You can sell gold easily which depend largely on how the content of the pure gold can be easily determined in the gold bar or gold coin you hold. This is one main reason why people consider gold bullion bars as a popular form of gold investing.

You are able to sell gold coins much better than other form of gold is because the quantity and quality of pure gold coins is guaranteed. The guarantee of the gold coins makes it easy to sell to gold dealers like us. We are familiar with the current value of gold.

If you want to sell gold to us, you may fill in the Sell Gold Kit form, sms or dial our hotline at (65) 97818351
stating your contact details (Full Name), weight and purity of your gold items and we will revert you with a quote.


Gold Bars Weights & Purities

Gold bars are normally classified into two broad categories of weight. Large bars weigh more than 1000 gram and small bars weigh 1000 gram or less.

Gold bars are manufactured in different millesimal gold purities (or fineness), mostly range between 965 and 999.9 in purity.


GOLD BARS UNITS OF WEIGHT

Around the world, gold bars can be denominated or traded in different units of weight to accommodate the preferences of regions or countries. The most prominent units are measured in gram, troy ounce, tola, tael, baht, chi (or cay or luong), don and mesghal.

Although the London Good Delivery 400 oz bar is the world’s most important large bar, it is traded in troy ounces on the London Bullion Market, and the international gold price is quoted in US dollars per troy ounce. There is a worldwide trend for small cast and minted gold bars denominated in grams.

Although the table below provides a broad indication of where the listed units of weight for small gold bars which are widely used, in many countries a variety of units is used.

Gram International
Troy ounce Mainly English-speaking countries: USA, UK and Australia
Tola Mainly Indian Sub-Continent and Middle East
Tael Mainly Hong Kong and Taiwan
Baht Thailand
Chi Vietnam
Don (*) South Korea
Mesghal Iran

(*) In South Korea, the weight in don is expressed in grams according to government regulations.


LARGE GOLD BARS

There are three prominent large gold bars:

400 oz Approximate weight. London Good Delivery, if manufactured by a LBMA-accredited refiner.
100 oz Approximate weight. COMEX Good Delivery, if the brand is accredited to COMEX.
3000 g Shanghai Gold Exchange Good Delivery, if manufactured by a SGE-accredited refiner.

Some refiners advise that other large bars are also occasionally made to precise or approximate weights. For example, in ounces (250 oz and 50 oz) and in grams (2 kg, 5 kg and 10 kg).


SMALL GOLD BARS

Among surveyed manufacturers, small gold bars around the world are available in a diverse range of more than 50 different cast or minted weights.

However, by far the most important small gold bar, widely used by fabricators and investors around the world, is the cast kilobar (1000 gram).

Unit Indicative Range
Number
Gram 1000, 500, 300, 250, 200, 100, 50, 30, 25, 20, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.5, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.3
22
Troy ounce 20, 10, 5, 2 1/2, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/10
9
Tola 10, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
6
Tael 10, 5, 1
3
Baht 50, 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, 5, 3, 2.5, 2, 1
11
Chi 10, 5, 2, 1, 1/2
5
Mesghal Irregular weights up to around 50 mesghal
-
Total  
56

Before you decided to sell your gold jewelry, gold bullion bars or any gold items, you need to provide the weight and purity of your gold items you intend to sell.

How To Determine Gold Purities?

GOLD JEWELRY PURITIES

Karats (Carats outside of the United States, ) in gold jewelry refers to the amount of gold that is present in the jewelry piece. Europe describes the karatage of gold jewelry in ‘fineness’, which is the gold content expressed in parts per thousand.

The purer the gold content in a piece of jewelry, the more valuable it is. Gold is mixed with alloys, metals added to strengthen the gold to create more durable jewelry, particularly in gold rings and gold bracelets.

The different grades of karats are:

Grade Description of Karat
24 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 24 of the 24 parts are gold, 99.99% fine gold.
22 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 22 of the 24 parts are gold and 2 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 91.7% gold.
18 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 18 of the 24 parts are gold and 6 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 75% gold.
14 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 14 of the 24 parts are gold and 10 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 58.3% gold.
12 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 12 of the 24 parts are gold and 12 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 50% gold.
10 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 10 of the 24 parts are gold and 14 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 41.7% gold.
9 Karat
Gold Jewelry
where 9 of the 24 parts are gold and 15 parts are one or more additional metals, making it 37.5% gold.

10 Karat gold is the minimum karat that can be called "gold" in the United States. Some other countries, such as Australia, sell 9 Karat gold jewelry as "gold" jewelry

European Gold Jewelry

European gold jewelry indicates the gold purity as a 3 digit number.
24 Karat Gold Jewelry is marked 999 to show a 99.9% gold purity.
22 Karat Gold Jewelry is marked 917 to show a 91.7% gold purity.
18 Karat Gold Jewelry is marked 750 to indicate 75% gold purity.
14 Karat Gold Jewelry is marked 585 for 58.5% gold purity.
12 Karat Gold Jewelry is marked 417 for 41.7% gold purity.

GOLD BAR PURITIES

The declared purity (or fineness) of gold bar’s gold content is important as it enables its weight of “fine gold” to be calculated.

The purity is normally marked in parts gold per 100, 1,000 or 10,000 parts.

For example, the same gold purity (99.99% by weight) can be expressed as follows:

9999 9,999 parts gold in 10,000 parts
999.9 999.9 parts gold in 1,000 parts
99.99 99.99 parts gold in 100 parts

Although there is generally a widespread preference for small gold bars with a precise millesimal purity of 995 or 999.9, gold bars are also manufactured in other purities.

Large Gold Bars

In the case of some large gold bars, the gold fineness can vary. For example, as London Good Delivery 400 oz bars and COMEX Good Delivery 100 oz bars are permitted to vary between 995.0 and 999.9, a mark of 995.8 or 998.7 or 999.6 might be stamped on a gold bar.

Small Gold Bars

Although there is generally a widespread preference for small gold bars with a fineness of 999.9 or 995, gold bars are also manufactured in other purities. Although the table below broadly indicates where specific purities for small gold bars are popular, in many countries gold bars are available in a variety of purities.

999.9 International
999 Mainly Indian Sub-continent
995 Mainly Middle East and Indian Sub-continent
990 Hong Kong
965 Thailand


How To Determine the Gold Bar Hallmark?

You can determine the Gold bar bearing the "hallmark" (logo) of internationally recognized refiners. Gold bars with hallmark (logo) are the easiest to sell.

These refiners "assay" or test the metal for its purity or fineness. The gold bars are generally stamped .995 (99.5% pure gold) or higher purity, along with the individual bar's weight. Gold bars can be purchased from selected commercial banks, brokerage houses, and precious metals dealers. 

A very popular gold bar for gold investment is the Credit Suisse one ounce with fine gold to 99.99% certified and preserved in a plastic ingot card to protect and preserve your gold bars.


Very Informative Article on Gold! Must Read!

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Gold!


Put forth thy hand,
reach at the glorious gold.
William Shakespeare,
Henry VI, Part 2


Glorious Gold

Gold is the world’s most popular metal...and for good reason!

Gold has been with us for eons and its amazing properties make it one of the most unique and special natural creations on Earth.

Gold, often described as the “supreme raw material” is the only precious metal that combines irresistible beauty, remarkable workability, indestructibility, and rarity. Gold is so special that it has long been a symbol for all things good, including describing someone as having a “Heart of Gold,” saying something is “Good as Gold,” and, perhaps most memorably, choosing to live by the “The Golden Rule.”

Gold was the very first Christmas gift (along with frankincense and myrrh, of course), and gold was fashioned into gem-encrusted jewelry and priceless objets d'art by the ancient Egyptians. This precious metal also added glistening brilliance to the religious symbols of the Incas, and the Asante people of Africa's Gold Coast so loved crafting their intricate jewelry, that they would periodically melt down their older gold pieces to create new ones.

The Bible even mentions gold and refers to its value -- both in earthly and spiritual terms. The “talent” referred to in the Bible was actually a gold coin which weighed 8.5 grams. In the Book of Matthew, Jesus tells the parable of the King who forgave a debt of 10,000 talents owed him by one of his servants. At today’s retail prices, 85,000 grams of 14K gold would be worth approximately $2 million!

Amazingly, almost all the gold mined in the last 6,000 years is still in the possession of man. If all of this gold were shaped into a cube, it would measure only 60 feet on each side and would fit neatly beneath the Eiffel Tower. This trillion dollar cube would also fit comfortably on the deck of any modern oil tanker. There is a legend that a tiny part of Cleopatra’s crown is in every single piece of gold jewelry in existence today, and that the piece of jewelry you wear today may also contain gold from an Egyptian tomb or from King Solomon’s temple.

In the last 6,000 years, over 125,000 tons of gold has been mined on Earth and the recovery of this gold falls into two categories: before the California Gold Rush of 1848 and after the California Gold Rush. Estimates are that before 1848, only about 10,000 tons of gold had been mined. Thus, approximately 92% of the world’s gold has been produced in the past approximately 150 years. And in the past decade alone, over 2,000 tons of gold has been used each year to make gold jewelry.

Pure gold is 24 karat and is very soft, only a 2.5 - 3 on the Mohs Scale of hardness. (Pure gold is actually softer than coral, lapis, and opal on the Mohs Scale.) One ounce of pure gold can be stretched into a wire an astonishing five miles long and hammered into a sheet so thin, it would cover an area 100 square feet in size and light would pass through it. The word carat (of which the notation for gold, “karat,” is a variation) comes from the Arabic word qirat, which means bean pod. In Oriental bazaars, a carob seed was a unit of weight measurement.

In addition to its use in jewelry, gold is also used as currency; in medicine (gold shots); in the aerospace industry; in the electronics industry; and in dentistry.

True Colors

Alloys are added to pure gold to make it stronger and easier to work with, and also to change its color. Natural yellow gold can be alloyed to create white gold, pink gold, and green gold:

GOLD COLOR CHART

The alloys added to pure 24K gold

  • Yellow Gold: Copper and silver. Yellow gold comprises 85% of the gold sold throughout the world.
  • White Gold: Nickel, Zinc, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium. White gold symbolizes friendship and is the most important of the colored golds.
  • Pink (Rose) Gold: Copper. Pink gold has become increasingly popular and looks lovely when combined with yellow or green gold.
  • Green Gold: Silver, Copper, and Zinc Green gold is being used more and more with pink gold and yellow gold and is an important part of Black Hills Gold’s signature grape leaf design.

A Bunch of Karats

The alloys also reduce the amount of pure gold in the piece, and the following chart explains how different karat golds are created:

GOLD KARAT CHART

  • 8K 33.3% 333 This is the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in Mexico.
  • 9K 37.5% 375 This is a very popular karat gold in Ireland, and it is also the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in Canada.
  • 10K 41.7% 417 This is the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in the United States.
  • 12K 50% 500 12 karat was abolished in 1932 when the 14K standard was legalized, although some Black Hills gold is still manufactured in 12K.
  • 14K 58.3% 585 14 karat is the most popular karat gold sold in the United States.
  • 15K 62.5% 625 15 karat was abolished in 1932 when the 14K standard was legalized.
  • 18K 75% 750 18 karat is the most popular karat gold sold in Italy and other European countries.
  • 19.2K 80% 800 This is a popular karatage in Portugal.
  • 20K 83.3% 833 This is a very high karat gold notable for its bright yellow color.
  • 22K 91.6% 916 This is another very high karat gold that is popular in Asia and which is very soft due to its small amount of strengthening alloys.
  • 23.76K 99% 990 This is 99% pure gold, and is a popular karatage in Hong King, China, and elsewhere in Asia.
  • 24K 100% 1000 This is pure gold, with no alloys added. Jewelry is made using pure 24K gold in Turkey, India, and Asia, but it is very soft, somewhat brassy in color, and more expensive.

Gold is an incredibly popular medium for fashion jewelry and, traditionally, the most favored types of gold jewelry, in order of sales, are neckchains, earrings, charms, chain and bangle bracelets, and fashion rings, including wedding rings. It is believed that the ancient Egyptians (who thought that gold was solidified fire) were one of the first (if not the first) people to use a solid gold band as a wedding ring five thousand years ago, believing the endless circle symbolized the eternity of marriage. Today, more than 19 tons of gold are made into wedding rings each year.

The United States is the world’s largest market for gold jewelry and the variety of fashion styles and themes available boasts something for everyone’s taste!

Chains of gold

Throughout the centuries, the gold chain has been the signature jewelry item and the milestone piece chronicling the passage of cultures and civilizations. Gold neckchains, which were being worn as early as the 7th century BC, are now the most popular way to wear gold, and today, women favor rope, link, box, snake, bead, omega, mesh, stampato, and San Marco chains; while men like rope, link, Figaro, Cuban, and Mariner chains. Symbolically, a gold chain is a symbol of love: by placing a chain around the neck of a loved one, you are symbolically linking that person to you.

That’s Italian!

From couture fashions to fast cars to sleek furniture, the Italian design aesthetic is unrivaled in its ability to intrigue us. And nowhere else is the Italian appreciation of beauty more evident than in their magnificent fine-jewelry designs.
Jennifer Leventhal,
JQ Magazine, April/May 1999

Italy is the world’s indisputable leader in gold jewelry manufacturing, and the majority of QVC’s gold is crafted in Italy.

The Italian jewelry industry is 3,000 years old. In fact, wealthy Italian patrons during the Renaissance encouraged goldsmiths much the way they sponsored artists and sculptors and musicians. Today, Italy uses more than 400 tons of gold a year to make the gorgeous Italian jewelry renowned and beloved around the world. An incredible three-quarters of Italy’s jewelry output is exported to Italian jewelry lovers everywhere. Italian gold is associated with quality and antiquity, in a delicate balance with technology and new, innovative designs.

Today, a wardrobe of gold jewelry includes pins, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, clips, pendants, watches, and rings.


Sell Gold and Silver In Singapore

Call Our Hotline at (65) 97818351 to Sell Gold For Cash Now!


Gold and silver prices have skyrocketed recently. This is a great opportunity to get the best value for your gold and silver now!

We pay high price for your gold jewelry, gold bars, any gold items and 999 silver bars or 999 silver coins!

We travel all the way to the address you specified without any transport fee incurred, weigh and test each gold and silver items you intend to sell to us and we will pay you in cash!


If you intend to buy gold bullion at the low price and sell gold bullion high in the future, you may sell back to us.

You can sell gold bullion, sell gold bars, sell gold ingots bars, sell gold jewelry, sell gold jewellery, sell old gold, sell gold rings, sell gold engagement rings, sell gold wedding bands, sell gold anniversary bands, sell gold earrings, sell gold necklaces, sell gold blacelets, sell gold pendants, sell gold brooches, sell gold lockets, sell gold charms, sell scrap gold, sell gold class rings, sell gold coin, sell broken gold, sell damaged jewelry, sell dental gold, sell gold metals, sell gold statues, sell gold collections, sell gold key chains, sell gold cufflinks, sell gold money clips, sell scrap gold, any gold items, sell 999 silver bullion bars and sell 999 silver coins with us today.

Here are the details of gold items you can sell to us:

Sell gold rings, engagement rings, wedding bands, anniversary bands Sell gold rings, engagement rings, wedding bands, anniversary bands
Sell gold earrings and necklaces Sell gold earrings and necklaces
Sell gold blacelets Sell gold blacelets
Sell gold pendants and brooches Sell gold pendants and brooches
Sell gold lockets and charms Sell gold lockets and charms
Sell scrap gold Sell scrap gold
Sell gold class rings Sell gold class rings
Sell gold coins Sell gold coins
Sell gold bullion bars Sell gold bullion bars
Sell gold ingots bars Sell gold ingots bars
Sell broken gold and damaged jewelry Sell broken gold and damaged jewelry
Sell dental gold Sell dental gold
Sell gold medals and statues Sell gold medals and statues
Sell gold collections Sell gold collections
Sell gold key chains Sell gold key chains
Sell gold cufflinks Sell gold cufflinks
Sell gold money clips Sell gold money clips
Sell scrap gold Sell scrap gold
Sell platinum bullion bars Sell platinum bullion bars
Sell platinum coins Sell platinum coins
Sell platinum coins Sell silver 999 bullion bars
Sell platinum coins Sell silver 999 coins


To sell your gold items, you may sms or dial our hotline at (65) 9781-8351 or fill in the Sell Gold Kit form stating your contact details (Full Name), weight and purity of the gold items which you intend to sell and we can provide you with a quote.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. Does GoldTraderAsia.com have an office where customers can visit to buy or sell gold?

We have an office but we are mobile to deal gold locally in Singapore. We will fix an appointment with customer where the location is convenient for any gold deal located anywhere in Singapore.

Q2. What is the procedure to ask for a quote of the gold price if customers intend to buy or sell gold from GoldTraderAsia.com?

We will provide a quote but firstly we require customer's name, weight, purity and description of the gold items you intend to buy or sell to us.

i) To sell gold, customers need to provide their name, weight, purity and the description of the gold item they intend to sell by dialing our hotline, sms to us at (65) 97818351 or fill up the Free Sell Gold Kit form so we can access your gold items and our customer service officer will be happy to revert you with a quote.

ii) To buy gold, customers need to provide their name, weight, purity and the description of the gold items they intend to purchase by dialing our hotline or sms
to us at (65) 97818351 and our customer service officer will be happy to revert you with a quote.

Q3. What is the transaction method to buy or sell gold from GoldTraderAsia.com?

We only accept cash (COD) transaction in SGD$. We do not accept credit card payment, cashier order, paypal, bank transfer or any foreign currencies payment.

Q4. How long is the buy or sell quote valid when provided to customers?

The quote provide to customers is only valid from the same day you request a quote from us.

Q5. If customers are international buyer, can international customers buy gold from GoldTraderAsia.com?

We accept customers from oversearseas. Customer want to purchase gold from us can come to Singapore and place an order with us in full payment in cash term only to our Corporate account to reserve stock. cash term only. Visit http://www.goldprice.com.sg/content/7-faqs for more information.

Q6. If customers are international seller who are interested to sell gold to GoldTraderAsia.com, how to go about the transaction and request a quote procedures?

We only provide a quote to (international seller) customers for the gold items they intend to sell when (international seller) customers arrived Singapore and request for a quote.

Dial our hotline or sms to us at (65) 9781-8351 providing your name, the weight, purity and description of the gold items customers intend to sell to us. We only accept (COD) transaction in SGD$.

Q7. What is the minimum weight of gold does GoldTraderAsia.com accept to buy?

Our minimum weight of gold we accept to buy is from 50 grams and above.

Q8. Does GoldTraderAsia.com buy or sell silver bars?

We do not buy or sell silver bars but we accept any type of gold items (gold bullion bars, gold jewelry, gold coins, white gold, scrap gold, etc) with any purity. We also buy white gold, platinum coins and platinum bullion bars.

Q9. Does GoldTraderAsia.com buy gold dust?

We do not accept gold dust but we accept any other types of gold items (gold bullion bars, gold jewelry, gold coins, white gold, scrap gold, etc) with any purity.

Q10. Does GoldTraderAsia.com sell white gold or gold jewelry?

We do not sell white gold or gold jewelry. We only sell gold bullion bars and gold coins in various types.

Important Note

  • We reserve the rights to accept gold only from genuine customers based locally in Singapore. Please be informed that we do not accept oversea transaction at this moment.
  • We will weigh and test each gold items to check the density and purity of the gold before we agree to buy from you.

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