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Getting money for jewelry watch

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    Me and my sister inherited our grandparents and we didn't have time to divide things all at once so we took some each and didn't bother with it.
    Right now I'm a bit tight with money and I have a thick gold bracelet after grandma in my room, which I'm not using. So I was thinking of suggesting to my sis that we sell it and split the money.

    What is the best way to get money for gold these days?
    Selling it through an online auction? Using a third party? Anyone have good information on how to get the most for it?
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    If it's old or a family heirloom auction would be best.
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    Actually I have several things I'd like some money for. I don't want the hassle of selling online, waiting etc. I'm already selling some clothes online and it's hassle enough.
    There are a few jewelers and pawn shops in London. I know I might not get the optimal price for it, but it doesn't matter so much. Does it vary much from the store to store how much they give you for gold and silver?
 
 
 
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