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Another Great Jewelry Buying Event in Washington DC

Jan 19, 2010
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We Love Big Diamonds!

We want to give a special shout out to all of our Washington DC customers from here in Ravensland. We went down there last week and bought some great jewelry.

People were also selling a lot of gold coins (like Krugerrands), silver flatware (Gorham, Steiff, and my favorite silver pattern Kirk Old Maryland Engraved.)

And diamonds…yeah we bought some big ones! Rounds, cushion cuts, princess cuts and everything in between.

Now it’s time to get those diamonds re-cut to “Samuelson’s Diamonds Proportions” and make them the brightest and best diamonds on earth! If you are in Baltimore or Washington DC and want to sell your diamonds, silver or gold, give us a holler and we will be happy to take a look at your jewelry!

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