Finding someone to buy your silver items can take some time, so you need to make sure that you look around and find the best silver dealers Cabool has to offer. This way, you can make sure that you get the best price possible for all of your valuables.

A good buyer will carefully assess all of your things to give you an accurate understanding of how much they are worth. You can then use this information to decide what to do. Selling your silver can earn you quite a bit from the right dealer.

R & S Rare Coins

330 Ozark Ave, Cabool, MO 65689

(417) 962-5213

Shannon Jewelry

107 E 2nd St, Mountain Grove, MO 65711

(417) 926-3626

EZ Pawn

209 E 5th St, Mountain View, MO 65548

(417) 934-2700

Burton Coin Shop

507 N Elm St, Mountain View, MO 65548

(417) 934-1004

Wildwood Jewelry & Repair

117 2nd St, Summersville, MO 65571

(417) 934-6374

Vault Of Valhalla

11413 Upton Rd, Plato, MO 65552

(417) 967-1034

West Plains Pawn & Fine Jewelry

1713 W US Highway 160, West Plains, MO 65775

(417) 256-3000

West Plains Pawn & Fine Jewelry

1713 W US Highway 160, West Plains, MO 65775

(417) 256-3000

At Home Market

1350 Southern Hills Ctr, West Plains, MO 65775

(417) 256-5888

Southern Hills Jewelry

1407 Southern Hills Ctr, West Plains, MO 65775

(417) 256-6777


1705 Porter Wagoner Blvd, West Plains, MO 65775

(417) 256-7480

His Fingerprint Photography

312 Wilson Way, Marshfield, MO 65706

(417) 413-3437

Gold Diggers Pawn

1150 Spur Dr, Marshfield, MO 65706

(417) 468-7296

Rifleman Gun & Pawn

109 W Jefferson St, Marshfield, MO 65706

(417) 468-5826

Tactics That Successful Silver Dealers Use

Silver is a commodity. That means that any single ounce of silver is worth the same as any other ounce of silver at the same purity level. It's been used as money in a variety of cultures and silver dealers use tactics to buy and sell silver and make a profit. Here is how they do it.

Wholesale Markup

Silver dealers are in business to make money and they often do it by buying silver coins or bullion at wholesale prices. Perhaps they were able to buy a silver coin for the rock bottom price of $15. When these coins become scarce in the market, the dealer may choose to offer them to a collector. Collectors pay a higher price and remove the coins from circulation. The dealer makes a profit on the markup over the wholesale price that he paid.

Replacement Cost Price

A dealer should never sell anything for less than the cost of what it would take to replace it. That's the philosophy of most successful dealers in metals. They take the long view and buy silver when it reaches a low. Let's use the same number we used above. Say they bought an ounce for $15.

That's a good buy because the price of silver typically goes for more than that. To gain a profit, the dealer will have to hold onto the bullion until the price rises. At that point, he must sell it at a price no lower than what it would cost him to replace it. If silver has risen to $30 an ounce, he's made a tidy profit when he sells.

The first tactic requires finding the right kind of buyer in order to make a profit. The second one requires patience while waiting for the market to change. Both can be very lucrative.