Silver Uses in Sport

The reverse side of the medals of the 2008 Sum...

The reverse side of the medals of the 2008 Summer Olympics: silver (left), gold (center), bronze (right). Each medal has a ring of jade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

EzyCash wants to buy your silver. It could be broken silver, scrap silver or unwanted silver from jewellery.

It could even be silver from an Olympic silver medal.

The silver medal is traditionally given to the second place finisher at the Olympic Games. At the first Olympics in 1896, the first and second place medals were made of actual gold and silver. The last gold medals to be made entirely out of gold were handed out at the 1912 Olympic Games.

Nowadays, the gold medal is covered in 6 grams of gold, while the silver medals have to be made of at least 92.5% silver.

If you happen to have a silver medal lying around at home, or silver coins or any other type of silver, bring it into EzyCash shop in Panmure, Auckland for a top cash price.

EzyCash Gold Buyers
Phone: (09) 570 1511
Fax: (09) 570 1527
ezycash@xtra.co.nz

30B Jellicoe Road
Panmure, Auckland East