Buy Gold and Silver in Pennsylvania


Buy Bullion in PennsylvaniaThe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is one of the original 13 colonies and has a large population and diversified economy. Agriculture and manufacturing play large roles in the state. Historically, Pennsylvania was home to much heavy industry, such as the Bethlehem Steel Works. Banking, finance, and insurance are also key players in the economy of Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania has been home to iron and coal mining, along with some small-scale gold and silver mining. To serve the large population of the state, there are several top gold and silver dealers in Pennsylvania.

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Are There Taxes on Buying Gold and Silver Bullion in Pennsylvania?

There is a sales tax exemption for buying bullion and numismatic coins in Pennsylvania. Bullion is considered to be precious metals that derive their value from the content, not the form. Exempt coins are those which are legal tender in the US or a foreign country. Please note that many numismatic items, such as tokens and medallions, are not exempt from sales tax in the Pennsylvania, and are subject to the current state sales tax of 6%. Local and country taxes can bring this total even higher.

CBMint is not based in Pennsylvania, so residents of Pennsylvania do not have to pay any sales taxes when buying bullion online from CBMint. Please feel free to Browse our Selection of tax-free bullion products. Click the following link to read more about sales tax laws on purchasing coins and bullion in Pennsylvania:

http://www.revenue.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/revenue_home/10648

Please note, we are not tax professionals or experts. Individuals are sometimes liable to pay local Use taxes. Contact your state and local tax authorities for all laws concerning taxes when buying bullion locally in Pennsylvania.


Local Gold and Silver Dealers in Pennsylvania, by City:

  • Philadelphia Coin and Bullion Dealers
  • Pittsburgh Coin and Bullion Dealers
  • Scranton Coin and Bullion Dealers
  • Harrisburg Coin and Bullion Dealers
  • Allentown Coin and Bullion Dealers
  • Wilkes-Barre Coin and Bullion Dealers

 


Featured Gold and Silver Dealers in Pennsylvania (PA)

Listed below is a small sample of featured bullion and coin dealers in Pennsylvania. If you would like to suggest any additional Pennsylvania coin or bullion stores to add to this list, feel free to Contact CBMint and let us know.

Sansom Coin Exchange

Sansom Coin Exchange is a large shop, specializing in precious metal bullion and, therefore, one of the best gold and silver dealers in Philadelphia, PA. They carry a wide range of fine silver and gold bullion, such as Canadian Maple Leafs, gold Krugerrands, silver bars, 90% silver coinage, platinum coins and bars, and American Eagles. They have a full selection of collectible coins, as well. Included in this are Morgan silver dollars, certified coins, world gold and silver coins, exonumia, and paper currency. Sansom lists current gold and silver prices on their website, and they actively buy bullion and coins from the public.

721 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 629-8898


International Coins Unlimited

International Coins Unlimited has been one of the best coin dealers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for over fifty years. They are considered experts on rare and historic coinage, with a wide product selection to match. They carry proof coins, mint sets, silver dollars, slabbed coins, 90% silver coins, and pre-1933 US gold coinage. They also buy and sell silver and gold bullion, and are known for having some of the lowest gold and silver prices in Pennsylvania. Their selection always changes, so be sure to visit their showroom.

1825 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111
(215) 745-4900


South Street Coin and Jewelry

As the name implies, South Street Coin and Jewelry is a top coin shop in Philadelphia, PA, specializing in US coins and precious metal jewelry. They are known for assisting customers with coin appraisals, and locating hard to find rare issues. They carry a wide range of numismatic items, including Morgan silver dollars, paper banknotes, junk silver coinage, cents, proof coins, certified coins, and scrap gold and silver. South Street is also known as one of the best gold and silver dealers in Philadelphia, as they offer low gold and silver prices on their bullion products, including American Eagles, Canadian Maple Leafs, small and large silver bars, fractional gold bars, gold Krugerrands, and many more silver, gold and platinum bullion coins.

619 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 413-3900


Harold B. Weitz, Inc

Harold B. Weitz is famous for their collection of historic and rare coins, and is constituted among the best coin dealers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They are both NGC and PCGS authorized, conduct appraisals, and offer grading services. Their rare coin offerings are expansive, including ancient coins, foreign coins, gold and silver coins, slabbed coins, proof coins, and all manner of rare US coins. Included in the latter group are Peace and Morgan silver dollars, Seated Liberty silver coinage, Mercury dimes, large and small cents, nickels, dimes, and Franklin and Walking Liberty silver half-dollars.

Though the focus at Harold B. Weitz is on rare coinage, they do buy and sell gold and silver bullion, including gold scrap and gold jewelry. Their low gold and silver prices make them stand out as one of the best silver and gold dealers in Pittsburgh. They buy and sell silver bars and rounds, gold bars, and platinum coins, as well. Be sure to check out their showroom for all their latest offerings.

6315 Forbes Avenue #208
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
(412) 521-1879


Keystone Rare Coins

Keystone Rare Coins is a top coin dealer in Allentown, Pennsylvania, with a focus on rare US coins. They offer free coin appraisals and are both NGC and PCGS approved. Keystone Rare Coins often buys coins in bulk, so is able to offer lower coin prices than many competitors. They have coins priced to fit the budget of any investor. Included among their wide product selection are silver dollars, such as Peace and Morgan silver dollars, silver half-dollars, commemorative gold and silver coins, tokens, proof coins, cents, nickels, and many more.

Keystone Rare Coins also carries a nice selection of silver and gold world coins. They buy gold and silver bullion, as well as rare coins, from the Pennsylvania public, so their selection is constantly being updated. Keystone posts current silver and gold spot prices in their store.

3029 College Heights Boulevard
Allentown, PA 18104
(610) 770-9500


United States Mint - Philadelphia Branch

Buy United States Mint Silver and Gold ProductsThe Philadelphia branch of the US Mint was founded in 1792 and, amazingly, is still in operation today, manufacturing circulation coinage, commemorative coinage, and silver and gold bullion coins. Many of the everyday coins found in circulation were minted at this facility, sometimes decades ago. Traditionally, circulation coins made at the Philadelphia branch bore no mint mark, befitting the branch's status as the first United States Mint location. Lately, however, the mint mark of 'P' has been added to circulation coinage produced here.

151 North Independence Mall West
Philadelphia, PA 19106


The Franklin Mint - Wawa, Pennsylvania

Franklin Mint Collectible Diecast CarThe Franklin Mint, sadly, no longer produces collectibles and bullion products. Following its acquisition by Roll International in the early 1990s, operations were gradually wound down. Recently, the Franklin Mint brand was purchased by a New York company, though production at the Wawa facility has not resumed. In its heyday, the Franklin Mint manufactured a huge range of collectibles, including diecast vehicles, commemorative plates, dolls, tokens, medallions, and figurines.

From the founding of the Franklin Mint in the 1960s, they produced circulation coins for foreign countries (under contract), and gold and silver bullion rounds and medallions. For many years, Franklin Mint gold and silver bullion products were advertised heavily in magazines and television, arguably making the Franklin Mint the first bullion brand to appear in the public eye.