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I don't know exactly who to ask, so I thought I'd ask the community:

Let's say I recently came into possession of about 3 pounds of odd copper and silver scraps from an old high-school art program- what is the most efficient and/or profitable way to get rid of this stuff? It's everything from small strips to filings in a coffee can. I have no idea about the purity of either metal, but being it was for an art program, I'd assume not too good.

I know it's a strange question, but I don't know who to ask really. Any advice anyone?

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Look for metal recyclers In the phone book. I met a guy who goes though old computers now and melts off all the old Gold and silver gets an 1/4-1/2 an oz a day. 1600 bucks an ounce not a bad day of work If yoiu can stand it.

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I've recently sold some gold and I got the best price at a reputable jewelry store. With silver, the coin dealers give the best price. Stay away from pawn shops and fly by night places in the mall.

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Look for metal recyclers In the phone book. I met a guy who goes though old computers now and melts off all the old Gold and silver gets an 1/4-1/2 an oz a day. 1600 bucks an ounce not a bad day of work If yoiu can stand it.

it can be pretty bad for ur health hope he knows what hes doing

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