If the amount borrowed was more than PS75, the pawnbroker
can sell the goods at the end of the agreed period.
The town will vote on a more stringent bylaw for pawnbrokers
and secondhand shop owners who deal with the purchase, sale or barter of junk, precious metal, stones and gems, and "old metals" (gold and silver).
To prove the crime of False Verification of Ownership or False Identification to a Pawnbroker
, the State must prove the following three elements beyond a reasonable doubt:
Sounds like pawnbrokers
profit from the misfortune of others.
In the late 1880s, there were almost as many pawnbrokers
as pubs, lending money on anything from bed linen and cutlery.
Posh James He owns the high-end Prestige Pawnbrokers
, which has three stores in upmarket locations, where the elite exchange their luxuries for hard cash.
A PRE World War I solid gold football medal has been passed from a Midland pawnbroker
to a national museum after it was saved from the scrapheap by an eagleeyed worker.
Albemarle & Bond has put itself up for sale following a string of profit warnings and a mass exodus of its board directors.
Shares tumbled by another quarter yesterday in the wake of a torrid day for the group, which saw five of its six non-executive directors quit with immediate effect - leaving chairman and former chief executive Greville Nicholls as the only remaining nonexecutive at the pawnbroker
The curious case of The King's Car, The Alderman and the Pawnbroker
- surely a great title for a Conan Doyle short story or a '70s Genesis bootleg - raises rather more questions than answers.
In the longer term, however, a pawnbroker
can become more expensive - and evidence is emerging that customers are seeking larger loans.