I went to Houston Gold Exchange and Houston Numismatic to get prices to sell my gold. It was broken chains, earings where I lost one and stuff like that. Houston Gold Exchange wasn't friendly and offered me $300 exactly. Houston Numismatic was very friendly and offered me $447.00. I almost gave it to them but decided to go to one more place since there was such a difference between the two. I had seen Houston Jewelry's ad in the paper so I went there. The man there looked at each piece and told me that I had some 18 carat and some 14k carats. He explained to me how they buy. Then he offered $503.00 I couldn't believe it. I sold them the gold. A great find.
I have purchased gold coins from them a long time ago. Today I sold the gold coins back to them. I had very pleasant experience both times. They offer me the best price. Jay Johnson is very friendly and professional. He gave me cash on the spot. I should have gone to them the first place. But believe me I have had bad experience dealing with some shaky place on Westheimer (Montrose area) and I am glad I walk out on them. This place was very busy and full of customers when I was there and that should tell you something. I highly recommend Houston Numismatic Exchange for either buy or sell coins.
Coin and collectable store that has kept good inventory and selection. Good place to buy and sell precious metals in Houston. No sales tax above $1000, does not check ID under $5000 or special tax forms under $10000. But they DO charge different premiums for different people. So If you look like they can pull one over you, call ahead or send somebody who is known to the store instead of going in alone. I repeat they DO charge different premiums for different people but will tell you its the the same for all and has always been that premium rate strait to your face.