What is Pawning? Fabert Pawn, a pawn shop which brings nobility to the trade

Pawnshops and pawnbroking have been around for thousands of years. The basic idea behind any pawnshop is to loan people money

  1. You bring in something you own and give it to the pawnbroker as collateral for a loan.
  2. The pawnbroker loans you money against that collateral.
  3. When you repay the loan plus the interest, you get your collateral back.
  4. If you don't repay the loan, the pawnbroker keeps the collateral.
  5. People sell used merchandise.

The other main feature of a pawnshop is to offer goods (collateral) not claimed back. A client can browse and select something of value at a very reduced price: the store owner wants just to recuperate the money he/she placed in this object, and you can benefit. Look for jewels, gifts, memorabilia that you had not thought. Your find is our pleasure too.

Why is Fabert different? we care

At Fabert's, you are dealing with someone who has at least 20 years of experience in the pawnbroking industry, although the company is much older, and has been created by Fabert in 1950. We have a musical instrument specialist most of the time, a graduate of Musician's Institute with many years of teaching experience. Our jewelry staff specializes in high karat (18K and above) and custom made pieces, as well as antique and vintage jewelry. It isn't unusual to find reknown porcelaine and crystal manufacturers (s.a. Waterford and Capodimonte) on our shelves, as well as Lladro figurines and Limoges china

gold coins

Gold and Jewelry

When we think of selling jewelry and scrap gold, we often think of that monotonous pawn store who often gives us raw deal. Just as you require jewelry store in the quest of stunning masterpieces of finely crafted jewelry matching your need and preferences, you also need a qualified pawn broker and scrap gold buyer to tell you the exact worth of scrap gold you want to sell. You may rely on your acquaintance; local newspaper advertisements, consignment jewelers and auction houses. But all these options suffer from shortcomings and may not work for you; chances of getting less than the expected amount are far greater in such dealings. So, if you are you looking for scrap gold and fine estate jewelry buyers? Then no need to look further, with the economical, reliable and efficient services of online Scrap Gold Cash, you can get rest assured of striking the most lucrative deal.



Musical Instrument

Barney Firks is a graduate of Musicians Institute located in Hollywood, California. Playing guitar since he was 8, he has played professionally since the age of 16. Mr. Firks has toured extensively in both Europe and the U.S. with such groups as Burning Hands and Sylvia Juncosa. Barney is currently accepting beginning and intermediate bass students through Mark’s Guitar (619-221-9011) on Midway Drive and privately tutoring guitar students. Call him at 619-758-5526 or through Fabert’s Jewelry & Loan.






The process

LOAN SETUP FEE A loan setup fee not to exceed $3 may be charged for each loan, up to and including $50. A loan-setup fee of $5 may be charged for loans in excess of $50. NOTIFICATION: A maximum of $3 may be charged for each notice sent. LOST TICKET VERIFICATION FEE: A maximum of $10 may be charged for each lost ticket. STORAGE Charges. $5 for any article that cannot be contained within one cubic foot $10 for any article that cannot be contained within three cubic feet. $20 for any article that cannot be contained within 6 cubic feet and $1 for each additional cubic foot in excess of 6 cubic feet $4. SHIPMENT OF GOODS IS DONE SOLELY AT THE DISCRETION OF THE LENDER AND AT LENDER'S RATES - (Minimum charge for packing is $10) plus shipping and insurance if desired. LOAN CHARGES DO NOT INCLUDE HANDLING OF PLEDGED ARTICLES OUTSIDE OUR PREMISES. RIGHT RESERVED TO CORRECT CLERICAL ERRORS. This is a loan contract secured by property held in collateral by the Pawnbroker herein Lender. Borrower warrants that there are no claims, liens or encumbrances on the property and agrees to hold the Lender harmless and to reimburse the Lender for any losses arising therefore. This is a single term contract written for 4 months. At redemption a new loan may be issued or granted at the Lender's discretion. This contract shall not be assigned without the consent of the Lender; Collateral may be redeemed at any time during the period defined above or during the "grace" period (see below). For redemption the Borrower will be required to pay in addition to the amount loaned all interest and fees as outlined in the schedule above. The Lender reserves the right to 24 hours notice of intention to redeem. All of Borrowers property held in collateral shall serve as additional collateral for all outstanding obligations owed by Borrower to the Lender. Partial payment does not extend the loan period. If collateral is not redeemed in the four month loan period, the Lender shall notify the Borrower by regular mail for which a certificate of mailing is issued by the United States Post Office, addressed to Borrower's last known address, of termination of the loan contract and extending the right of redemption for a period of 10 days (the "grace") from the date of mailing such notice per section 21201 of California financial code, Borrower shall notify Lender in writing, by registered mail, of any change of address, It writing for Information give number of this receipt and enclose postage If a reply is to be expected. If collateral is not redeemed during the periods se provided herein, the Lender will become vested with all dente arid title to the property submitted as collateral, (it is agreed and understood that the Lender does not insure collateral property for the benefit of the Borrower and is not liable for loss or damage to the property resulting from burglary, theft, embezzlement, robbery, moths, fire, water, typical wear and deterioration resulting from handling and storage, acts of God, public enemy (vie major riot). If the Lender is found liable, the Borrower, less liquidated damages, the Lender shall not be liable for more then 51% of the amount loaned, The parties hereto agree the If any words of this contract be held unconscionable, contrary to law, or in any other manner unenforceable, the balance of the contract shall remain in full force and effect. In the event legal action is necessary, the prevailing party shall be entitled to receive and recover reasonable attorney's fees. Borrower acknowledges receipt of a copy of this Loan Contract and agrees to, and understands that the Lender is authorized, at Lenders discretion and according to Lender's tar me, to deliver the wedged properly to any person presenting the Borrower's copy, when it appears lobe signed by the Borrower, along with the full amount due, end that the Lender is net liable to borrower for any looses extended by Borrower resulting there from. Firearms will be released only to the Borrower and proper identification will be required. No firearms will he shipped. NO SPOUSE MAY ACT AS AGENT FOR BORROWER. The description on reverse side is based on a quick visual inspection. Lender does net warrant that the pledged property is of the exact else, dimension, weight, carat, color, cut, value or any other Characteristic eel forth therein, Unless specified: pledged property described ie used, having normal wear and tear with scratches and dents, This contract is me entire agreement, there are no other terms, Any changes must be in writing. By signing this contract Borrower stares that they have read and understand this contract, including the terms set forth on Me reverse side, and agree to each of its provision. NO INFORMATION RELEASED OVER THE PHONE NO PLEDGED PROPERTY SHOWN FOR REDEMPTION UNLESS PAID IN ADVANCE


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