Scrap Silver Buying
We buy scrap in any form; sell us your scrap silver for the highest settlements. We buy silver from jewelry, silverware, dentistry, photography, electronics, mirrors and optics, medical, and industrial applications.

    Examples of Silver We Buy:

  • Silver Filings, silver dental filings and other dental scrap
  • Old silver jewelry
  • Silver earrings, silver necklaces, silver bracelets, silver rings, silver pendants, silver bands
  • Silver Coins, Silver bullion
  • Silver Estate items, silver dishes, silver utensils and flatware
  • Silver bench sweeps, polishing and fines
  • Electronics containing silver, silver wires, silver connectors, silver RF connectors
  • Circuit boards with silver solder, silver foil, silver heat sinks
  • Silver flake, silver powder, silver shot, silver nuggets, silver bullion, silver dust, silver filings
  • Silver reflectors, silver optics, silver mirrors
  • Old silver photographs, photographic solutions containing silver
  • Photographic Film waste - edge trimmings, rejects, damaged & outdated photos
  • Silver catalysts
    • Ethylene Oxide manufacturing and Formaldehyde manufacturing
  • Silver Instruments or piece of instruments containing silver (e.g. flutes, saxophones)
  • Wet or dry Silver Chloride or Silver Sulphide
  • Wet or dry Steel Wool Residues
  • Prepared or unprepared Ash

    More Silver Information:

  • High capacity batteries can be made with silver and zinc and silver and cadmium.
  • Silver has been used to create coins, although today other metals are typically used in its place.
  • Silver has a variety of uses in pharmaceuticals. Silver sulfadiazine is the most powerful compound for burn treatment. It is used by every hospital in North America for burn victims, to kill bacteria and allow the body to heal the burn area.
  • Silver is obtained from pure deposits, from silver ores such as argentite (Ag2S) and horn silver (AgCI) and in deposits of ores containing lead, gold or copper.
  • Pure silver is the best conductor of heat and electricity of all known metals, so it is sometimes used in making solder, electrical contacts and printed circuit boards.
  • Silver is also the best-known reflector of visible light, but silver mirrors must be given a protective coating to prevent tarnishing.
  • Sterling silver, an alloy containing 92.5% silver, is used to make silverware, jewelry and other decorative items.
  • Silver nitrate (AgNO3) is light sensitive and is used to make photographic films and papers.
  • Silver iodide (AgI) is used to seed clouds to produce rain.
  • Kodak and Fuji companies are the world’s largest consumers of silver.
  • The main producers of silver are the United States, Mexico and South America.
  • Archaeological evidence shows that people have been using silver for at least 5000 years!
  • Silver is the best electrical conductor of all metals, so it is used in many electrical applications, like conductors, switches, contacts and fuses.
  • The old expression, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth”, is not a reference to wealth, but to health. In the early 18th century, babies who were fed with silver spoons were healthier than those fed with spoons made from other metals. Silver pacifiers found wide use in America because of their beneficial health effects.
  • Joseph Nicephore Niepce created the first photographic image, by a camera-like devise in 1813! It was silver nitrate that made it possible.
  • Approximately 5,000 color photographs can be taken using one ounce of silver.
  • Silver is employed as a bactericide and algaecide in water purification systems in hospitals and more recently in domestic households.
  • In 2003, 351 million ounces of silver were used for industrial application, over 196 million ounces of silver were committed to the photographic sector and 266 million ounces were consumed in the jewelry and silverware markets.