Buying Gold and Silver in Montana
Montana state’ name comes from the Spanish “Montana”, meaning mountain. With this suggestive name, the state is home to mountainous landscapes, the Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Although one of the largest states in the US, Montana is also with a very low density, main activities here being agriculture - grain farming. In the 19th century, Montana was famous for gold and silver mining, with huge deposits being discovered. Currently, Montana became a very popular tourist destination, with the tourist sector growing at an impressive pace.
Gold and Silver Dealers in Montana, by City:
Please check directory page of our precious metals dealers to find local coin shop in your city.
Local coin shows
Montana offers unique opportunities for coin collectors to get together at the coin shows and conventions in the state. If you are planning to visit the area, do not miss out on the below most popular coin show in Montana.
The Gate City Coin Show is inviting passionate coin collectors to visit their event. Scheduled for April 25th, 2017, the show has 40 tables and free admission.
Breaking Down Bullion Sales Tax in Montana
In Montana, there is no sales tax envisioned. Meaning that when buying coins, precious metals, paper currency and any other numismatic collectibles, there is no tax applying to these. This facility makes Montana an attractive state for bullion and coin investments. However, in a few communities in Montana there is a 3% Provisional Tax, so make sure to inquire about this directly the coin shops before making any purchases.
Bullion Exchanges being an out of state retailer does not have to charge any sales tax to the residents of Montana. Please feel free to browse through our tax-free gold and silver products. However, since we are not a sales tax expert, it is advisable to check with a tax professional before making a purchase as there may be a local Use tax applicable.
Online / Local coin dealers
If you wish to receive your gold by mail, order your bullion by post from the online coin dealers mentioned below or you may check out BullionExchanges webstore:
- Wayne Miller Coins – located in Helena, and established in 1966, the coin shop is owned by the famous coin expert, Wayne Miller
- Montana Rarities – one of the best online stores, highly focused on customer service
- Coins & Carats – on the market for over 22 years, the shop is famous for its high expertise
Local precious metals companies:Stillwater Mining Company SWC Trading Inc., 1600 1st Avenue South, Columbus, MT 59019, 406.322.8711 or 406.322.8901
Stillwater Mining Company is a unique company, being the only U.S. miner of platinum group metals (PGMs) and the biggest producer of PGMs outside of South Africa and the Russian Federation. PGMs are rare precious metals with a wide range of applications, such as automobile catalysts, fuel cells, hydrogen purification, electronics, jewelry, dentistry, medicine, and coinage. The Company extracts and processes the metals from a geological site in south-central Montana, known as J-M Reef. Stillwater Mining Company also operates a smelter, refinery, and laboratory at its metallurgical complex in Columbus, Montana. Stillwater Mining Company’s corporate headquarters are situated in Littleton, Colorado.