Winterthur DE Pawn Shop
1st United Pawn & Loan has been serving the Winterthur, DE 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, 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 Claymont, DE 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:
“Drive a good distance to sell these people my stuff! They have also been reasonable. & they sell a lot of cool stuff.”
– Brittany B.
“Great people, friendly, knowledgeable, helpful. Make it a point to remember their customers and make them feel comfortable doing business with them.”
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
- Gift Cards
Hours of Operation:
Winterthur, Delaware, is a small town located in the northern part of the state, within New Castle County. While it is not a highly-populated urban center, it is best known for its cultural and historical significance. Winterthur is home to the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, which is a premier institution dedicated to the study of American decorative arts