Lindenwold NJ Pawn Shop
1st United Pawn & Loan has been serving the Lindenwold, NJ region since 1976. A family-owned and operated business, we focus on customer satisfaction. Our certified staff of pawn brokers specializes in jewelry, electronics, coins, collectibles, precious gems and metals, antiques, and more. Our appraisers will give you the highest market value for your items and are available for consultation at our West Berlin, NJ location.
We strive to offer better service, faster payment, and higher item valuations than any other competitor. We know you’ll be happy with our service.
Contact us today to find out if your item is eligible to be pawned, or visit us in store.
Read testimonials from our customers:
“Overall, I think this service is really cool, the people are knowledgeable & sweet, the experience left me happy and a little bit richer! Why not make money off of stuff you no longer have a need for. With the cash I received I’m going to buy myself something I want…and not feel guilty about it!”
– Megan S.
“You guys were great. I had taken my jewelry so many places and was offered nothing for it. You guys took the time, and really paid what I felt it was worth. Thanks Again.”
How Do Pawn Loans Work?
A fast and simple way to borrow money without a credit check or a bank, pawn loans are based on the value of your collateral. If you cannot pay back your loan in full within the one-month plus 30-day grace period, you may surrender your collateral as payment in full, or request that we offer an extension or a renewal.
While your item is in pawn, you still own it. It is our responsibility to keep it safe and in good condition while it’s in our care. Your item is stored in our pawn shop until you come back to pay your loan in full and claim your merchandise. We are fully insured.
Items that are eligible for pawn include:
- Precious gems and metals
- Antiques, and more.
Hours of Operation:
The borough of Lindenwold is part of Camden County. It is located geographically in central NJ and has a population of 17,613 peoples. The name “Lindenwold” (German for “linden woods”) was suggested by Wilmer Bedford, a local resident who had been reading a German book that included the word. Bedford wanted to have linden trees planted along the borough’s streets, but local officials chose cheaper trees as an alternative.