273 W. Main Street, Meriden, CT 06451   |   MONDAY – FRIDAY 11AM – 7PM   |   SATURDAY 11AM – 4PM SUNDAY CLOSED

273 W. Main Street, Meriden, CT 06451    


(203) 237-0899

Middletown’s Place for Buying/Selling Gold, Jewelry, Tools & More!

Your Trusted Pawn Shop in Middletown, CT

Middletown is a city located in Central Connecticut, along the Connecticut River.  It is the home of  Wesleyan University, one of the nation’s most respected Liberal Arts Colleges. With a population of 46,511 people (2019 census), it is considered one of the best places to live in Connecticut.

Middletown offers residents a diversified, well-populated suburban feel. Most residents own their own homes.  The downtown area offers many shops and restaurants. Middletown is home to many parks and recreation areas.

Visit the Middletown website for further information.

Pawn shop Middletown CT

Buy and Sell Everything With Us In Middletown CT


If you are looking to buy or sell jewelry or gold, platinum, or other exquisite jewels, we can help you. Do you need a particular piece that’s difficult to obtain? Your search is over. Our jewels, diamonds and gold inventory are extensive. You can find that unique piece you’ve been dying to own.


When Middletown residents think about selling their gold, they think of Meriden Pawn. We are Central Connecticut’s first choice for buying or selling gold. We offer the best prices for gold so give us a call today to get the best prices for your gold. 

Sporting Equipment

Meriden Pawn buys, sells, and offers pawn loans all kinds of sports equipment.

From fishing equipment, golf clubs, baseball shoes, and more, Meriden Pawn is the place to buy or sell. If you have old sports equipment you no longer want or need we could offer you cash the same day.

Professional quality tools

We’re buying and selling tools every day at Meriden Pawn

Are you a plumber, builder, or another contractor who’s looking to upgrade or pare down your toolset?  Meriden Pawn is buying and selling tools of professional-grade only.  We do not accept homeowner quality tools.  Some people believe pawn shops are the buyer of last resort.