European Gold

pile of gold jewelryThe countries of Europe have a long history of gold from Ancient Roman and Greek times.  Gold was used for jewelry, currency, and as religious artifacts.  At California Gold and Silver Exchange, we understand that you may have gold that was originally purchased in European countries of Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Portugal, Greece, Poland, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Austria, and many more.  This gold may range in karat from 9 karat to 24 karat.  Generally, we see gold that is 10 karat, 14 karat, and 18 karat. Ten karat gold is marked 10k or 417.  Fourteen karat gold is marked 14k or 585. Eighteen karat gold is marked 18k or 750. The gold in Great Britain may be as low as 9 karat. Italian Gold is generally 14 karat or 18 Karat.  However, if your gold is not stamped don’t worry, bring it in and we can test it for you at no charge.  We have many customers that have lived, visited or received a gift of gold jewelry that was purchased in Europe.  Some common items we purchase, but are not limited to, are the following: necklaces, bracelets, rings, pendants, brooches and diamonds. California Gold & Silver Exchange will value your gold properly. With our XRF X-Ray Analyzer we have the equipment to properly evaluate your gold.  We pay by cash or check, whatever your preference, even for large amounts.  So, bring in your gold jewelry and coins and walk out with cash in hand today!

burgundy bag of gold coinsGold coins from European Countries:

Austria – 10 Corona, 20 Corona, 100 Corona, Ducat, 4 Ducat, 20 Ducat, 20 Kronen, 100 Kronen, 25 Schilling, 100 Schilling, 1000 Schilling, 200 Shilling, 500 Schilling, 2000 Schilling.

Denmark – 20 Kroner.

Finland – 1000 Markkaa, 2000 Markkaa.

France – 20 Francs, 50 Francs, 100 Francs, Centime, Franc, 5 Francs, 10 Francs, 50 Francs, 100 Francs, 500 Francs, 500 Francs-75 Euro.

Germany – 10 Mark, 20 Mark, 100 Euro.

Greece -20 Drachmai, 100 Drachmai, 2500 Drachmai, 5000 Drachmai, 5000 Drachmes, 10000 Drachmes, 2000 Drachmes.

Hungary – 10 korona, 20 Korona, 100 Korona, 50 Forint (Otven), 100 Forint (Szaz), 500 Forint (Otszaz), 1000 Forint (Ezer), 5000 Forint, 10000 Forint (Tizezer), 20000 Forint.

Italy – 10 Lire, 20 Lire, 48 Lire, 96 Lire, 40 Lire, Zecchino, ½ Sovrano, Sovrano, 40 Franchi, 3 Ducati, 6 Ducati, 15 Ducati, 30 Ducati, Scudo, 2 Zecchini, 2 ½ Scudi, 5 Scudi, 10 Scudi, Doppia, 5 Lire, 50 Lire, 100 Lire, 40 Lire, 5 Francs, 20 Francs, Doppia, 50 Lire, 80 Lire, 100 Lire, 2 Oncie, Zecchino, Ruspone, 50,000 Lire, 100000 Lire.

Netherlands – Gulden, 5 Gulden, 10 Gulden, Ducat, 2 Ducat.

Norway – 10 Kroner, 20 Kroner, 1500 Kroner.

Poland – 5 Zlotych, 10 Zlotych, 20 Zlotych, 500 Zlotych, 1000 Zlotych, 2000 Zlotych, 5000 Zlotych, 10000 Zlotych, 200 Zlotych,

Portugal – 200 Escudos.

Romania – 12 ½ Lei, 20 Lei, 25 Lei, 50 Lei, 100 Lei, 500 Lei, 1000 Lei, 2000 Lei, 5000 Lei.

Russia – 5 Roubles, 10 Roubles, 25 Roubles, 37 Roubles 50 Kopeks, Chervonetz (10 Roubles), 50 Roubles, 100 Roubles, 500 Roubles, 1000 Roubles, 10000 Roubles.

Spain – 5000 Pesetas, 10000 Pesetas, 20000 Pesetas, 40000 Pesetas, 80000 Pesetas.

Sweden – 1000 Kronor, 2000 Kronor.

Switzerland – 10 Francs, 20 Francs, 25 Francs, 50 Francs, 100 Francs, 250 Francs.

Turkey – 25 Kurush, 50 Kurush, 100 Kurush, 250 Kurush, 500 Kurush, 30,000 Lira, 100,000 Lira, 200,000 Lira, 500,000 Lira, 1,000,000 Lira, 7,500,000 Lira, and 10,000,000 Lira, 60 New Lira, 100 New Lira, 100 Lira, 200 Lira.

Ukraine – 50 Hyrven, 100 Hyrven, 125 Hyrven, 200 Hyrven, 250 Hyrven.

United Kingdom (UK)- Great Britain – England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland – ½ Sovereign, Sovereign, 5 Pounds, 25 Pounds, 50 Pounds.