New York Loan Company specializes in collateral or pawn loans for high-end jewelry, sports memorabilia and other luxury items. However, this year, contemporary art and pop icon memorabilia are turning up at the Pawnshop to the Stars more than ever before. Jordan Tabach-Bank, New York Loan Company’s CEO, reported “Our exclusive clientele is interested in confidential and secure pawn loans for big ticket items, and it is clear that contemporary art and collectibles are the favored pieces to secure them quickly.”
New York Loan Company also boasts an impressive collection of items for sale. The 73 year old pawn shop has a large selection of estate jewelry and high-end watches, as well as unique once-in-a-lifetime items available for purchase to the public at large at “dealer” prices. New York Loan Company’s items recently appeared on NBC’s hit TV show “It’s Worth What?” The show featured a stunning Alan Friedman yellow diamond pendant and chain ($175,000) and a De Beers diamond hourglass ($15,500).
Known as the “Pawn Shop to the Stars”, since 1938 New York Loan Company has offered confidential pawn loans against signed jewelry and watches, including such brands as Cartier, Graff, Tiffany and Co., Patek Philippe, Panerai, Audemars Piguet, and Rolex. Unlike your average pawn shop, New York Loan also specializes in modern and contemporary art, including works by Warhol, Picasso, Hockney, Lichtenstein, and Chagall. Owing to its exclusive 90210 location, New York Loan Company even has expertise in rare Hollywood collectibles such as Emmys and Golden Globes and sports memorabilia. The collection includes championship rings and belts, along with pop icon articles worn by figures such as Marilyn Monroe, Madonna, Elvis Presley, and Michael Jackson.
Tabach-Bank noted, “We take our customers needs for security and privacy very seriously.” New York Loan Company is located in the heart of the New York diamond district. Tabach-Bank added, “For our customers protection, New York Loan Company has an armed guard on duty at all times. All jewelry is stored in our private safe located inside Bank of America’s vault.” New York Loan Company has been featured in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, E! Entertainment Television, the Wall Street Journal, and Newsweek.