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If you've ever been in dire financial straits, you might have taken your jewelry to the pawnshop in hopes of getting a payday that would pull you out of the frying pan. The reality is much more grim. Pawnshops will underpay for the metals, and won't pay anything at all for diamonds. Why don't pawn shops buy diamonds? It doesn't make much sense as a buyer, but from a seller's viewpoint, it couldn't make more sense.

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So let's go over why pawnshops don't buy diamonds and how they work to make themselves a profit. There are also a few warnings that you will need to keep yourself safe when selling your jewelry. Let's also check out some slightly better alternatives that you can use to sell your jewelry for a bit more cash. That should about cover things, so let's kick it off with a brief history of the pawnshop.

Pawnshops have been around for 3000 years. Prominent Roman, Chinese, and Greek businessmen discovered that they could turn a relatively easy profit by lending money to members of the lower class that were in need of a short-term loan. Peasants weren't the only ones who were ready to hand over some valuables for a quick payday. Even kings and queens would pawn jewelry to finance important wars and expeditions. England's King Edward III and Queen Isabella of Spain are notable examples.

When the Great Depression hit America the business of pawn shops was absolutely booming. Pawnshops served as an easy way to turn objects into much-needed money. That's always been the reason for pawn shops, it's a simple place that will provide quick and easy cash. You'll never get the best price from a pawn shop, but walking away with cash in hand is an extremely alluring prospect for a lot of people. Pawnshops have become an installation across the world for good reason. Many people are willing to take a loss to have a problem solved instantly.

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If you are selling jewelry to a pawn shop you will generally only get a scrap price for the metal, and when it comes to the diamonds you won't get paid at all. This is because diamonds actually aren't that rare in the grand scheme of things. The new diamond market is a monopoly, so buying a brand new diamond for that significant other or special person in your life will cost you a pretty penny but you can guarantee that you won't see that money back again should you decide to resell. Especially if you're reselling to a pawn shop.

So why won't pawnshops buy diamonds? Because diamonds are fairly common and there simply isn't much money in a used diamond. There is an upside to this however. You will be allowed to pull the diamond out and do with it as you please. You can set it into another ring or necklace. You might even be able to resell it off-market which we will get to in another section here shortly. There are certain gems that might be paid for, but they have gigantic price tags and you'll only get a fraction of that price when selling.

As stated, pawn shops can be a source of quick cash. If you've done your homework and figured out how much a piece of jewelry might be worth, you can expect that you won't be getting anywhere near that much at a pawn shop. Take the average number that you've gathered from retail shops and hack off 40%-70%. That's right, most pawn shops will only pay 30%-60% of an item's actual value. Needless to say, it's generally closer to the 30% end of things. It definitely isn't ideal, but if you're truly in need? It can be a lifesaver. If you have a bit more time, you might be able to get a bit more so let's explore how to do so.

Alright, so we've established that pawn shops will pay you literal pennies on the dollar in the vast majority of scenarios. How can you get a bit more bang for your buck? Well, it requires a bit more legwork that plenty of people won't be willing to do. Online pawn shops are an option, though they aren't usually that much better than their brick and mortar counterparts you can sometimes squeeze a bit more cash out of your jewelry due to the lack of overhead that online storefronts are forced to deal with. Less money spent on rent could mean more money in your pocket!

If you're really desperate you can turn to sites like craigslist for selling, but people here are generally looking for rock-bottom prices so they aren't much better than pawn shops most of the time. You can easily be robbed, so follow the basic safety rules that you would whenever meeting someone online. Never meet strangers alone, don't give out your address, meet in a safe and public place, and only accept cash. You should also be on the lookout for counterfeit bills.

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"There has certainly been a stigma attached to our business, but the pawning industry is booming," says Todd Hills, CEO of online pawn shop Pawngo. "Pawn Stars has popularized and normalized the concept of pawning. That combined with a down economy has drastically increased the demand for the services we have to offer. It's our responsibility to say 'Yes' when the banks say 'No.'"

Although pawning items through an online firm is slightly different than going through an actual pawn shop, the concept is the same. You give the pawnbroker an item, he gives you an estimate of how much you can borrow against the item, and if you accept the offer, he holds the item for you until you pay back the principal of the loan, with interest of course. If you don't pay back the loan, the pawnbroker keeps your item and sells it, although according to experts, as much as 90 percent of pawn shop customers pay back their loan and reclaim their items.

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