To qualify for a loan you must be over 18 years of age. For first time customers you need to bring in two forms of identification including proof of address and a photo ID.
Then simply bring either of the following items:
Gold – Platinum – Diamond Jewellery – Luxury Watches
Our expert team will value your items and unlock the cash value of your asset(s). To which we will accordingly provide you with a suitable loan to meet your needs in complete confidence.
Your items will remain in storage with us in secure conditions, until the loan is repaid. Once the loan has been repaid in full, your items will be returned to you untouched.
There are no extra fees, charges or penalties for early redemption.
Gold prices have reached an all-time high, so why not sell any unwanted gold, platinum and/or diamond jewellery, including broken or damaged jewellery. We would be happy to purchase these items from you. You will be paid instantly in cash.
History Of Pawnbroking
Pawnbroking dates back to the Roman Empire and as far back as ancient China, where imperials governed the regulations over 3000 years ago, similarly as we see today.
In the 20th century, Britain had almost the same number of pawnbrokers to public houses, lending money against items such as beds, linen, cutlery and so forth. The pawnbroking industry boomed in the 1980’s and has continued to grow today. The recent upsurge in the industry’s fortunes came during the 1980’s credit boom and has continued today with customers now preferring this convenient form of borrowing.
Origin of the Pawnbroker Symbol
The pawnbroker symbol is believed to have originated from Italy in the 15th century. Legend has it that one member of the Medici family, working for Emperor Charles the Great, killed a giant with three sacks of rocks, which later became part of the family crest. The Medici family went on to become a dominant financial power, however, the family was split into two. half became bankers and the other half became pawnbrokers, taking half of the family crest which incorporated the three golden balls, as we know today the symbol of pawnbrokers.