The pawnbroker in turn resold the gold to a foundry, where it was recycled.
The prize possession of a warm winter coat was taken down to the pawnbroker and left as security until the next wage came in.
In the past, when cash was scarce, spending patterns told us who had real cash as opposed to those who were on speaking terms with a pawnbroker .
He said that the credit union had seen an end of the loan shark and the pawnbroker , who for far too long, had gripped people in poverty.
Of course, it is clear that the pawnbroker made money out of the poor, but they provided a service where none existed and helped people out in the short term.
If the pawnbroker gets no price, then the pawnbroker can look at other options.
Among the positions on offer: a pawnbroker 's assistant at $17,000 per year and a truck driver at $524 per week.
I once had a desk in an office that overlooked a pawnbroker .
He should know, being a pawnbroker , moneylender, and devil masquerading as human.
At that time, pawnbrokers purposely lowered the amount of money poor people received for pledges and shortened the time limit required to redeem their receipts.