lincoln, nebraska Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory

Beginning the process of trying to sell diamonds in Lincoln, Nebraska can initially be a daunting task, with such a plethora of pawn shops and gold buyers in the area. The same goes for trying to sell watches in Lincoln, Nebraska. Because of this, we’ve created a list of some diamond buyers in Lincoln, Nebraska, and watch buyers in Lincoln, Nebraska, so that you can continue your search with ease. Once you find the right place, you will hopefully secure a good return for your diamond rings and jewelry, or Rolex watch. If you are looking for convenience and speed, you may want to be sure to figure out which places on the list offer cash for diamonds in Lincoln, Nebraska.
You may also want to check out WP Diamonds, for another convenient and secure option. At WP Diamonds we offer a stress free, online service where you can rest assured that our team of GIA trained gemologists and watch experts will properly value your piece, and offer you a fair and competitive price. We also have a very efficient service, and will be able to get you your payment within 24 hours of your acceptance of our offer. This, coupled with our exemplary online reviews, should let you know that our service is secure and a great option when selling your pieces.


Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska with a population of over 277 thousand people, and is the 72nd largest city in the United States. It acts as an economic and cultural anchor in its larger metropolitan area in the southeastern part of the state called the Lincoln-Beatrice Metropolitan Area. The city was founded in 1856 on the wild salt marshes, and was then known as the village of Lancaster. After becoming Nebraska’s capitol, it was given the name Lincoln. The city is also known for having the second tallest capitol building in the United States, and because it is the seat of the government for the state, Nebraska and the US government offer a lot of employment in the city. If you are visiting the area, you should be sure to check out one of the city’s many parks, with over 125 in the area. They are all connected by a 133 mile system of recreational trail which can be used for biking, horseback riding, and walking. While you are exploring the outdoors, you can also stop by “The Sunken Garden” which was constructed during the winter of 1930-31, and is the only garden in Nebraska to be listed in the National Geographic Guide to Public Gardens 300 Best Gardens to Visit in the United States and Canada. Also, while you’re in town, you can check on the Memorial Stadium, which is home to the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team. Make sure to wear your red to support the local team!