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Your City of Toronto Gold Buyer

True North Gold Buyer Ltd., we are your gold, silver and platinum buyers for Etobicoke, North York, York, Old Toronto, East York, Scarborough and Canada wide. We offer top prices for your old gold, silver or platinum containing items and jewellery, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches, coins, bars, silverware, crucibles, thermocouples or dental gold.

We pay top dollar for your precious metals containing material. As a part of our 100% satisfaction guarantee we will beat any other online silver, platinum or gold buyers offer for your jewellery, coins or scrap metal in the unlikely event that somebody will offer you a higher payout. You will see that a lot of our competitors only pay a fraction of your metals value, if you add up the numbers and to hide the fact, many of them do not even give you any up to date pricing until you have actually send your material in and would have to go to some hassle to get it back if you do not like their payout.

We put transparency and customer satisfaction first and therefore offer you a Payout Estimator that will give you a close estimation of what your payout is going to be – based on live precious metals market values. The only thing you need to know is the karat / precious metal content of your coins, jewellery or scrap metal and the weight – our estimator will do the rest. For detailed instructions on how to prepare your items for shipping & how to use the Payout Estimator please refer to our "How it works" section.

At True North Gold Buyer our main goal is to have satisfied, repeat customers – not one time deals taking advantage of customers that will never come back. We want to set us apart from the other known gold buyers and their bad reputation.

For your convenience, below you will find a list of Toronto neighbourhoods and towns areas we service. Our service is not limited to these areas. We will buy your precious metals all across Toronto, Central Ontario and Canada.

TORONTO AREAS WE SERVE

Gold buyer for all Etobicoke neighbourhoods

  • Alderwood
  • Centennial Park
  • Clairville
  • Eatonville
  • Eringate
  • Humber Bay
  • Humber Heights
  • Humber Valley Village
  • Humberwood
  • Islingon Village
  • Kingsview Village
  • Long Branch
  • Markland Wood
  • Mimico
  • New Toronto
  • Princess Ann Manor
  • Princess Gardens
  • Rexdale
  • Richview
  • Smithfield
  • Stonegate-Queensway
  • Sunnylea
  • The Elms
  • The Kingsway
  • The Queensway
  • Thistletown
  • Thorncrest Village
  • West Humber
  • West Deane Park
  • Willowridge

Gold buyer for all North York neighbourhoods

  • Amesbury
  • Armour Heights
  • Bathurst Manor
  • Bayview
  • Bermondsey
  • Black Creek
  • Branson
  • Bridal Path
  • Caribou Park
  • Clanton Park
  • Cricket Club
  • Don Mills
  • Don Valley Village
  • Downsview
  • Dublin Heights
  • Elia
  • Emery
  • Flemingdon
  • Glen Park
  • Graydon
  • Henry Farm
  • Hillcrest Village
  • Hoggs Hollow
  • Humber Summit
  • Humbermede
  • Humberlea
  • Jane and Finch
  • Lansing
  • Lawrence Heights
  • Lawrence Manor
  • Ledbury Park
  • Maple Leaf
  • Newtonbrook
  • Parkway Forest
  • Parkwoods
  • The Peanut
  • Pleasant View
  • Victoria Village
  • Westminster
  • Willowdale
  • Windfields
  • York Mills

Gold buyer for all York neighbourhoods

  • Baby Point
  • Briar Hill–Belgravia
  • Eglinton West, Little Jamaica
  • Fairbank, Caledonia
  • Humewood–Cedarvale
  • Lambton
  • Mount Dennis
  • Oakwood–Vaughan, Five Points, Northcliffe
  • Old Mill
  • Rockcliffe–Smythe
  • Silverthorn
  • Tichester
  • Weston

Gold buyer for all Old Toronto neighbourhoods

  • Downtown
  • Alexandra Park
  • The Annex
  • Baldwin Village
  • Cabbagetown
  • CityPlace
  • Chinatown
  • Church and Wellesley
  • Corktown
  • Discovery District
  • Distillery District
  • The Entertainment District
  • East Bayfront
  • Fashion District
  • Financial District
  • Garden District
  • Grange Park
  • Harbord Village
  • Harbourfront
  • Kensington Market
  • Little Japan
  • Moss Park
  • Old Town
  • Queen Street West
  • Regent Park
  • South Core
  • St. James Town
  • St. Lawrence
  • Toronto Islands
  • Trefann Court
  • University, Huron-Sussex
  • Yorkville
  • East End
  • The Beaches
  • East Danforth
  • Gerrard Street East, Little India
  • Greektown
  • Leslieville
  • Main Square
  • Playter Estates
  • Port Lands
  • Riverdale
  • Upper Beaches
  • North End
  • Bedford Park
  • Casa Loma
  • Chaplin Estates
  • Davisville Village
  • Deer Park, Yonge, St. Clair
  • Forest Hill
  • Lawrence Park
  • Lytton Park
  • Midtown
  • Moore Park
  • North Toronto
  • Rosedale
  • South Hill, Rathnelly
  • Summerhill
  • Wanless Park
  • Wychwood Park
  • Yonge–Eglinton
  • West End
  • Beaconsfield Village
  • Bloor West Village
  • Bracondale Hill
  • Brockton Village
  • Carleton Village
  • Corso Italia
  • Davenport
  • Dovercourt Park
  • Dufferin Grove
  • Earlscourt
  • Fort York
  • High Park
  • The Junction, Little Malta
  • Junction Triangle
  • Koreatown
  • Liberty Village
  • Little Italy
  • Little Portugal
  • Little Tibet
  • Mirvish Village
  • Niagara
  • Palmerston
  • Parkdale
  • Queen Street West
  • Roncesvalles
  • Runnymede
  • Seaton Village
  • Swansea
  • Trinity–Bellwoods
  • Wallace Emerson

Gold buyer for all East York neighbourhoods

  • Broadview North
  • Crescent Town
  • East Danforth
  • Pape Village
  • Woodbine Heights
  • Bermondsey
  • Governor’s Bridge
  • Leaside
  • O’Connor–Parkview
  • Thorncliffe Park

Gold buyer for all Scarborough neighbourhoods

  • Agincourt
  • Armadale
  • Bendale
  • Birch Cliff
  • Birch Cliff Heights
  • Brown’s Corners
  • Clairlea
  • Cliffside
  • Cliffcrest
  • Dorset Park
  • Eglinton East
  • Golden Mile
  • Guildwood
  • Highland Creek
  • Hillside
  • Ionview
  • L’Amoreaux
  • Malvern
  • Maryvale
  • Milliken
  • Morningside
  • Morningside Heights
  • Oakridge
  • Port Union
  • Rouge Hill
  • Scarborough City Centre
  • Scarborough Junction
  • Scarborough Village
  • Steeles
  • Tam O’Shanter – Sullivan
  • West Hill
  • West Rouge
  • Wexford
  • Woburn

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

5/5

I had some jewelry that had been collecting dust for years, some old mismatched pieces. They were very nice and answered all my questions. I don’t regret selling to True North Gold Buyer.

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What a sincerely great experience. I’ll definitely do business with them again if I find anymore jewelry I want to sell.

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EXAMPLE OF ITEMS WE BUY

We buy brooches and pins

Pins & Brooches

Brooch

A brooch also known in ancient times as a fibula, and more commonly referred to as a broach) is a decorative jewellery item designed to be attached to garments. It is usually made of metal, often silver or gold but sometimes bronze or some other material. Brooches are frequently decorated with enamel or with gemstones and may be solely for ornament (as in the stomacher) or sometimes serve a practical function as a fastening, perhaps for a cloak.
The earliest known brooches are from the Bronze Age. As fashions in brooches changed rather fast, they are important chronological indicators.

Fibula

The fibula or fibulae (plural) is an ornamental clasp used by Romans, Greeks and also by Celts and migratory tribes in Europe from the Early Bronze Age. They may have replaced fibulae made of more perishable Neolithic materials, such as bone to as late as 800 AD. Fibulae are useful type-objects: carefully catalogued local typologies, dating and distribution of fibulae can help date finds where neither numismatic nor ceramic materials provide a secure date. Fibulae were shaped somewhat like a large safety pin and were used to hold clothing together. They came in many varieties and held prominent significance for the identity of the wearer, indicating ethnicity (until local costume became Romanized) and class. Elaborately designed fibulae were an important part of Late Antique dress, and simpler ones were part of Roman military equipment.
The same types of fibulae can often be found on either side of the Roman limites, both among "Roman" and "barbarian" populations. The cultural interplay of elite objects designed to show status can be quite complex. For example, Lawrence Nees, Early Medieval Art notes fibulae depicted in ivory diptychs of Stilicho and his entourage:

"The type of fibula worn by Stilicho and his son, and by Turcius Secundus, occurs also among metal works of art commonly termed barbarian, as new Germanic figures usurped the symbols of imperial authority. It is likely that this type originated among Celtic groups and came to be adopted as an exotic fashion by Roman aristocrats, becoming 'naturalized' as an important Roman emblem, and then exported".

They were usually made of bronze and sometimes of precious metals and infrequently had encrusted gem stones. Eagle fibula, often worn in pairs, commemorate the worship of the Sun, common among the pagan tribes.

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