Purchasing (or Selling) Gold & Silver Near You in the U.S.
Purchasing gold and silver bullion -- whether in the form of coins, bars, or rounds -- is a prudent decision for investors and wealth protectors alike. The Federal Reserve continues to issue huge numbers of debt backed instruments, called Federal Reserve Notes (or their electronic equivalent), thereby devaluing each unit already in existence and levying the most insidious of taxes, the hidden inflation tax.
Money Metals Exchange, the national source for buying and selling precious metals named "Best in the USA," has unveiled a new local directory. Along with local coin and bullion shops, our directory includes our state law information pages containing up-to-date information on sales tax laws, capital gains laws, bullion depository laws, legal tender laws and more important details pertaining to each individual state in the union.
Use the map below to find gold and silver in your area:
An important note about dealing with local dealers -- while there can be some advantages, there are also very large disadvantages, particularly in state and localities that levy sales taxes when you buy gold or silver -- a problem that you do NOT encounter when doing business with Money Metals Exchange. For a full product listing, visit this page.
Additionally, local dealers generally pay less when you sell your precious metals than Money Metals Exchange will pay. And local dealers often do not have as much inventory available or competitive pricing. If you do decide to shop locally, there are many options listed here.
Will I Get Better Prices on Gold and Silver at My Local Coin Shop?
Probably not. Small, local coin dealers have limited inventories and low sales volumes. As a result, they typically have to charge higher premiums on products than large national dealers.
That said, price isn't everything. Beware of dealers that offer "too good to be true" pricing. In recent years, some dealers have tried to make a business model out of delaying delivery of product for weeks - or even months - and offering poor or non-existent customer service.
Your best bet is to find a reputable dealer with fair prices, prompt order fulfillment, and high customer satisfaction ratings. The good dealers as well as the bad ones will usually reveal themselves with a simple internet search.
Money Metals Exchange is happy to offer our local directory and will continue to be your one-stop shop for all things precious metals. Whether you're looking to buy or sell precious metals for cash or even Bitcoin, Etherium, and other cryptocurrencies, or you are are simply gathering information to make an informed decision, we will continue to provide transparent and fair pricing along with outstanding content and customer service.