As a customer, you will always have a buyer for your bullion purchased from Harrods Bank. Although you are under no obligation to resell to us, we will offer to buy back any precious metal item that you have previously purchased directly from Harrods Bank, subject to current market prices.
Although under no obligation to do so, Harrods Bank customers have a right to resell to Harrods Bank subject to certain pre-conditions, including the presentation of the original purchase invoice and valid identification. This is an exclusive service to Harrods Bank customers that applies only to precious metal purchased directly from Harrods Bank. i.e. This offer does not apply to:
- Any item NOT purchased directly from Harrods Bank, even if it is a PAMP bar or coin type that the Bank holds in stock.
- Any seller other than the person our records show as being the original purchaser stated on the original invoice (exceptions include spouses and deceased estates).
The cost for authenticating and shipping products not in sealed CertiPAMP is variable depending on the weight of the precious metal involved, and will be deducted from the buy-back price. You may request a quotation for an indicative buy-back cost at the time of purchase or any time subsequently. Please see our Terms and Conditions for further details.
You will need to present us with your items at the Harrods Bank branch together with acceptable identification and your original purchase invoice.
Harrods Bank will inspect these and give you a non-binding, indicative quote to buy-back the items.
Items will usually need to be sent away for authentication prior to buy-back. Please allow 10 days for this process.
If you would like to proceed and have given us a firm instruction to buy back your precious metal, we will execute the transaction on your behalf.
This is a confirmed deal and you are therefore obliged to accept the price obtained.
We will process the transaction and transfer the funds into your bank account within 3 days.
You will receive a confirmation receipt quoting full details of the transaction.