Tag : Jordan Tabach-Bank
p>When you are shopping for fine jewelry, there are many things to look for to ensure you are getting your money’s worth, and one of the most important indicators of quality can be the maker’s signature. Iconic brands including Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Chopard, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Bulgari are prime examples of this: […]
Beverly Loan Company is a leading buyer of Rolex watches. When you decide to sell your Rolex watch, it is imperative that you conduct business with a reputable company with proven expertise in authenticating and valuing luxury timepieces. In anticipation for the holiday season, Beverly Loan Company has purchased and loaned against a record number […]
The owners of Beverly Loan will open a new location in the International Gem Tower in New York City’s Diamond District in spring 2013. The New York branch of the company will be called New York Loan Co., and will be headed by Jordan Tabach-Bank, president and CEO of Beverly Loan Co.
Jordan delivered a one-hour talk to the industry’s leading pawnbrokers on the secrets to Beverly Loan’s success.
p>Jordan stole the show this week by doing something incredibly generous. A woman came in to sell a few items that had belonged to her father in order to help pay for her young daughter’s education. The items were awesome props from the iconic film The Blues Brothers, a 1980 musical comedy starring John Belushi […]
This week on Final Offer, a husband and wife brought in a guitar owned by Kurt Cobain and played by Cobain during Nirvana’s first major tour in 1989. Jordan didn’t get a chance to make an offer on the item and it was sold to another buyer for $10,500. In the end though, the owner likely regretted his choice as Jordan said that he would have easily paid $25,000 for it knowing that similar guitars have recently sold for $100,000.
Jordan Tabach-Bank’s recent feature in Interview Magazine.
Jordan made his debut on the new Discovery Channel show “Final Offer” last night. He got the first deal of the show – convincing Billy Mason and his wife Kelly to part with three NASCAR racecar hoods for $4,250.
p>Sellers go head to head with 4 shrewd dealers to sell their treasures for the best price. But there’s a catch: pass on an offer and they can’t go back. Tonight: a king’s solid gold swordhandle, NASCAR hoods, Babe’s baseball and more.