Your New Brunswick Gold Buyer

True North Gold Buyer Ltd., we are your gold, silver and platinum buyers for Moncton, Saint John, Fredericton, Dieppe, Miramichi, Edmundston, Bathurst, Campbellton and Canada wide. We offer you top prices for your old gold, silver or platinum jewellery or any other gold, silver or platinum containing items, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches, coins, bars, silverware, crucibles, thermocouples or dental gold.

Get started now using our Payout Estimator to get a close estimate of the payout you can expect for your precious metals. All you need to know to get started is the karat / precious metals content of your items and their weight. You can find detailed instructions on how to sort and weigh your items, use our Payout Estimator and send them in for an appraisal in our "How it works" section.

For your convenience, below you will find a list of New Brunswick cities and towns we service. Please keep in mind that our service is not limited to these areas. We will buy your precious metals all across New Brunswick and Canada.


Gold buyer for all New Brunswick communities

  • Abegweit First Nation
  • Saint John
  • Moncton
  • Fredericton
  • Dieppe
  • Miramichi
  • Edmundston
  • Bathurst
  • Campbellton
  • Albert
  • Albert Mines
  • Allardville
  • Alma
  • Baie-Ste-Anne
  • Baker Brook
  • Balmoral
  • Bath
  • Belledune
  • Beresford
  • Blacks Harbour
  • Blackville
  • Boiestown
  • Bouctouche
  • Browns Flat
  • Campobello Island
  • Canterbury
  • Cap-Pele
  • Caraquet
  • Centreville
  • Chatham
  • Chipman
  • Clair
  • Clarks Corners
  • Cocagne
  • Dalhousie
  • Debec
  • Doaktown
  • Dorchester
  • Florenceville
  • Fords Mills
  • Fredericton Junction
  • Gagetown
  • Glassville
  • Grand Bay
  • Grand Falls
  • Grand Manan
  • Grand-Sault
  • Grande-Anse
  • Hampstead
  • Hampton
  • Harewood
  • Hartland
  • Havelock
  • Hillsborough
  • Hoyt
  • Jacquet River
  • Kedgwick
  • Keswick
  • Lamèque
  • Maces Bay
  • McAdam
  • Meductic
  • Memramcook
  • Millville
  • Minto
  • Miscou Island
  • Nackawic
  • Neguac
  • New Denmark
  • Norton
  • Oromocto
  • Paquetville
  • Perth-Andover
  • Petit Rocher
  • Petitcodiac
  • Plaster Rock
  • Port Elgin
  • Quispamsis
  • Red Bank
  • Richibucto
  • Riverview
  • Rogersville
  • Rothesay
  • Sackville
  • Salisbury
  • Shediac
  • Shippagan
  • Springfield
  • St Andrews
  • St-Antoine
  • St-Basile
  • St-Isidore
  • St-Louis de Kent
  • St-Quentin
  • St. George
  • St. Leonard
  • St. Martins
  • St. Stephen
  • Stanley
  • Ste-Anne-de-Madawaska
  • Summerville
  • Sussex
  • Tabusintac
  • Tobique First Nation
  • Tracadie-Sheila
  • Welsford
  • Westfield
  • Woodstock
  • Youngs Cove Road



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We buy gold watches

Gold and Silver Watches

A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person. It is usually a wristwatch, worn on the wrist with a strap or bracelet. In addition to the time, modern watches often display the day, date, month and year, and electronic watches may have many other functions.
Most inexpensive and medium-priced watches used mainly for timekeeping are electronic watches with quartz movements. Expensive, collectible watches valued more for their workmanship and aesthetic appeal than for simple timekeeping, often have purely mechanical movements and are powered by springs, even though mechanical movements are less accurate than more affordable quartz movements.
Before the inexpensive miniaturization that became possible in the 20th century, most watches were pocket watches, which often had covers and were carried in a pocket and attached to a watch chain or watch fob. Watches evolved in the 1600s from spring powered clocks, which appeared in the 1400s.

Wristwatches are often appreciated as jewellery or as collectible works of art rather than just as timepieces. This has created several different markets for wristwatches, ranging from very inexpensive but accurate watches (intended for no other purpose than telling the correct time) to extremely expensive watches that serve mainly as personal adornment or as examples of high achievement in miniaturization and precision mechanical engineering.

Traditionally, men's dress watches appropriate for informal, semi-formal, and formal attire are gold, thin, simple, and plain, but recent conflation of dressiness and high price has led to a belief among some that expensive rugged, complicated, or sports watches are also dressy because of their high cost. Some dress watches have a cabochon on the crown and many women's dress watches have faceted gemstones on the face, bezel, or bracelet. Some are totally made out of facetted sapphire (corundum).
Many fashion and department stores offer a variety of less-expensive, trendy, "costume" watches (usually for women), many of which are similar in quality to basic quartz timepieces but which feature bolder designs. In the 1980s, the Swiss Swatch company hired graphic designers to redesign a new annual collection of non-repairable watches.

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