NV 2nd Hand dealers are any dealers in greater Nevada area who buy second hand merchandise off of customers for monetary cash. NV 2nd Hand dealers have to have a special license which allows them to purchase these second hand items from customers and or clients. NV 2nd Hand dealer’s license may have restrictions which can and will vary and may inhibit the purchasing of the some things such as cars and firearms. NV 2nd Hand dealers who are able to purchase cars and firearms have a special permission in there second hand dealer’s license which allows them to purchase these said items. You can locate local NV 2nd Hand dealers by doing an online search. NV 2nd Hand dealers are also listed in the phone book. NV 2nd Hand dealers are often confused with pawn brokers which is only half true. NV 2nd Hand dealers strictly buy and do not offer loans on items of value. A pawn shop is a great example of a NV 2nd Hand dealer with the exception that in addition to buying second hand items from the general public the pawn broker also makes collateral loans on any item of value.
Some NV 2nd Hand dealers have knowledge and expertise in fields with experts like Gemologists on staff for all your diamond buying and selling needs as well as Coin Numismatists for any coin related concerns or questions whether buying or selling. So how does this expertise help you the customer? It ensures you the customer are going to get an experience that is absolutely second to none and full of knowledge and information. Maybe you decided to start going through your bullion coin’s and wonder if it has any numismatic value or if its still strictly intrinsic value. Bullion coins can and have come in all types of different weight increments. The NV 2nd Hand dealer will determine value by using the daily spot price for precious metals. The daily spot price for all precious metals can be found by doing a online web search and the value will fluctuate on a daily basis as well as a minute to minute basis as long as the market is open. Essentially the NV 2nd Hand dealer will take the metal price value off of the spot price deduct refining fees and hold back fee which is what they make on the transaction and that’s how they determine the price you receive.