Are old high school rings worth anything?
Some can be very valuable, and some were sold just for the scrap price. Very old class rings, class rings from time-honored universities, and class rings from elite schools and colleges are eligible for selling at particularly high prices. We know that very rare WWII class rings have sold for over $10,000.
Is there a website for lost class rings?
So in 2004 Mike spun off classringfinder.com, an online database where losers are linked up with finders. If you’ve lost your class ring, simply enter the details. If you’ve found one, you can look to see if there’s a match. A couple of hundred people visit the site each day, Mike said.
What are school rings worth?
Most class rings are made from 925 silver. Pawnshops will buy them for about $15. But you can get a lot more if your class ring is made of 10 karat gold. A pawn shop might pay several hundred dollars for your 10K gold ring.
Are class rings solid gold?
Most Jostens class rings are made of 10K gold and some of 14K gold. Older Jostens class rings can be very heavy and thus very valuable. The company was founded 1897, and in the 20th century, gold was a cheap metal compared to the gold price over the last 10 years.
Can you replace a lost class ring?
Contact the company that made the original ring. Ask them if they have a ring replacement program. Some class ring purveyors offer a program in which they will replace a class ring for a discounted price if the ring was lost or stolen. Most of these programs are for people who bought rings within the last ten years.
What if I lose my class ring?
With the purchase of the Extended Ring Loss Protection Plan, if your high school class ring is lost or stolen, Balfour will replace it for up to ten years from the date of original purchase. The Extended Ring Loss Protection Plan is available for class rings purchased on or after August 1, 2012.
Can you get a class ring years after you graduate?
With an official ring tradition, the ring is symbolic of your institution and the people that help it thrive year after year. The official ring is exclusively reserved for alumni and graduating students who have earned the right to wear it by successfully meeting your institution’s high standards.