Last updated: 06/06/2020 12:37:55
Our scrap platinum rates for Saturday 6 June.
Prior to 1975, there was no requirement for an item of jewellery containing platinum to be hallmarked and no common standard regarding purity. Therefore, older pieces of jewellery may simply have a 'plat', 'pt' or 'platinum' markings. These pieces will need to be tested by us to determine the platinum content.
There are now four accepted levels of purity for platinum, as shown in the table on the right.
Typical items we purchase that containin platinum include:
We accept all purities of platinum. Our platinum prices are the same for hallmarked and non-hallmarked items. Testing is usually completed on the day of receipt and for customers who elect to have payment into their bank account, funds are transferred by 6pm on the same day.
Here are the scrap platinum prices we're paying to our customers today:
PLEASE REMEMBER: The prices quoted above are for hallmarked and non-hallmarked platinum. Unlike some other dealers, we do not differentiate or pay different rates. You should also note that we don't charge any testing or refining fees, which some competitors hide in their small print.
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