Why Precious Metal Scrap Makes a Great Holiday Gift
Are you looking for a great present to give to someone special this holiday season? If so, we have a suggestion to make . . .
Give a gift of precious metal scrap
Here are some of the reasons why a gift of gold, silver, platinum or palladium scrap is such a good idea.
Precious metal scrap is a gift that will go up in value. That probably cannot be said about most of the other gifts you have been considering. If you give a gift of precious metal scrap instead of a game console or a bathrobe, you’ll be giving a present that will increase in value in the coming years.
Precious metal scrap has an air of uncertainty and mystery. How much will it be worth? The person you give it to won’t know until it has been tested and evaluated by Specialty Metals Smelters and Refiners.
A gift of precious metal scrap teaches important financial lessons to younger people. It is a great alternative to giving traditional gifts of stocks or bonds to young people. Plus there is a good chance that precious metal scrap will increase in value in the near future – something that cannot be said reliably about stocks in the current uncertain market.
Good Gift Choices
An intriguing selection of used sputtering targets that are left over from plating operations
A bright, shiny batch of scrap from a jewelry store or factory
An old piece of jewelry with an uncertain value
A lot of 100 or more catalytic converters
A batch of old cellphones, remotes, computer motherboards or other electronic items
Plus, You Can Make Your Gift Attractive
Granted, you probably won’t want to gift wrap a batch of metal scrap and put it alongside the other presents you are giving. You can, however, customize and print out a gift certificate and present it to your gift-getter. It makes for an elegant and unusual present.
To learn more about what your precious metals scrap are worth, call Specialty Metals Smelters and Refiners today at 800-426-2344
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