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What is the Birmingham Silver Company?

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The Birmingham Silver Company is a company that buys all types of silver, including scrap silver. It is a UK company located in Hockley, Birmingham, and it pays instant money in either cash, bank transfer or cheque for silver.

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What is the Birmingham Silver Company?
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The Birmingham Silver Company buys silver in all grades, including .500, .800, .925 and .999. The company also buys silver items, including plates, cups, rings, coins, silver tea sets, necklaces and bracelet chains. An individual is able to sell silver to the company by visiting the store in person or by sending the silver items via postal service. The company buys silver from all over the UK.

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