Buying Gold and Silver in North Dakota
North Dakota was the 39th state that was admitted to the Union in 1889. North Dakota is located in the Great Plains region. Most of North Dakota was acquired from France in the Louisiana Purchase. The North Dakota region was explored by Lewis and Clarke from 1804-1806. Some Irish and Scottish families were the first settlers in this region in 1812. Among all the states of USA, North Dakota is the most rural, with farms covering 90% of the lands. North Dakota ranks first in the US for the production of many agricultural products like wheat, barley, rye, sunflowers, honey, oats, flaxseed, etc.
Manufacturing industries are gaining momentum recently with many food processing and farm equipment companies mushrooming. North Dakota is also rich in coal and oil reserves, producing natural gas, lignite, sand, gravel, and clay. Extensive irrigation is possible with the help of Garrison Dam on the Missouri River which also produces 400,000 kilowatts of electricity that is supplied to the Missouri Basin area.
North Dakota has several popular tourist destinations like the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Frontier Village and the National Buffalo Museum, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, North Dakota Heritage Center, Plains Art Museum, Scandinavian Heritage Park, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, North Dakota State Capitol Building, Dakota Dinosaur Museum, Little Missouri National Grassland, and many more. There are several reputable precious metal wholesale and retail dealers in North Dakota and they have vast inventories consisting of the US as well as world coins, a variety of bullion products, antiques, jewelry, and other collectibles.
Gold and Silver Dealers in North Dakota, by City:
Please check these directory pages to find local precious metals dealers in your city.
- Fargo Coin and Gold Dealers
- Bismarck Coin and Gold Dealers
- Minot Coin and Gold Dealers
- Devils Lake Coin and Gold Dealers
- Grand Forks Coin and Gold Dealers
- Rolette Coin and Gold Dealers
Local coin shows
Coin collecting is a highly popular hobby prevalent around the world. You can witness the passion for it as more and more coin enthusiasts are traveling to different states and countries to attend famous national and international coin shows. USA sees many coin shows throughout the year, and North Dakota is among the states which host a few of the most famous coin shows of the nation. If you are planning to visit North Dakota soon, take a look at the most popular coins shows in this state which are listed below.
Most Popular Coin Shows:
The show is organized by the Red River Valley Coin Club and will see many dealers from around the North Dakota region. Coin enthusiasts can buy, sell, or trade a variety of coins and collectibles at this event. The show hours are Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
This show is organized by the National Token Collectors Association and is an annual event. Many dealers from North Dakota and neighboring states will attend this show and will have a wide selection of tokens, medals, exonumia, coins, currency, gold and silver bullion, supplies, script, advertising items, and much more. There will be a token and medal auction on Saturday. The show hours are Saturday 9 am – 5 pm and Sunday 9 am to 2 pm.
This is an annual coin show hosted by the Capital City Coin Club. The show will be attended by several dealers from the upper Midwest who will be buying, selling, and trading coins, currency, stamps, tokens, and other collectible items. There will be a minimum of 40 dealer table set up. The show will have hourly door prizes, and separating drawings will be held at 3 pm each afternoon for the grand gold coin prize. The show will also feature the annual Boy Scout Merit Badge Class at 9 am on Saturday. Admission is $1. The show hours are Sat 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.
Breaking Down Bullion Sales Tax in North Dakota
There is a sales tax exemption in North Dakota on the sales of domestic and foreign legal tender coins, currency, and precious metal bullion that have a purity of 0.999 or more. If an individual is buying precious metal coins or bullion which have a purity that is less than 0.999, then these items are liable for a 5% sales tax which is the current sales tax in North Dakota. There will be an additional local city or county tax, too, which can bring the sales tax higher than 5%. Even medallions, tokens, rounds, or items that are not identified as legal tender are eligible for a 5% sales tax in North Dakota with an additional local use tax.
When buying from Bullion Exchanges, the residents of North Dakota do not have to pay any sales taxes, as Bullion Exchanges is not based in North Dakota. Please take your time to browse through our tax-free gold and silver products. However, please note that there may be a local use tax that an individual might have to pay so it is advisable to check with a tax professional before making a purchase.
Local Precious Metals Companies:Bismark Gold & Silver Exchange P.O. Box 364 Bismark, ND 58502 Phone: 701-258-9438
The company was founded in 1979 as a place for people to buy and sell their collector coins. They specialize in United States platinum, gold, and silver eagles and type gold as well as Canadian platinum, palladium, gold, and silver maple leafs. They sell a wide variety of world bullion, coins, and bars, collector’s coins, and paper currency. They buy scrap gold, sterling silver jewelry, and silver flatware. They are a PCGS and NGC authorized dealer. They are a very popular precious metal dealer in the Bismark region.Tom's Coin, S., G., B. & Comics 2 1st S.W. Minot, ND 58701 Phone: 701-852-4522
They have an impressive collection of US and foreign coins, gold and silver coins. They specialize in North Dakota tokens and medals and have more than 25,000 varieties in their inventory, an array of sports cards, vintage comics, magazines, and other collector supplies. They are a PCGS authorized dealer. This is one of the best places for collectors to find coins that they need to complete their sets.Northern Plains Coins 2425 Main Ave Fargo, ND 58103 Phone: (701) 297-0321
They specialize in a wide variety of gold and silver coins, bullion, and jewelry. They are also one of the top buyers of gold and silver products in the area and are a highly reputed precious metal dealers in the Fargo area of North Dakota. They offer appraisals for coins and collectibles. They are an NGC and PMG authorized dealer.Lake Region Coin-Currency Exchange 323 4th St NE Devils Lake, ND 58301 Phone: (701) 662-5770
The company was established in 1976 and is a prominent company that deals with precious metals. They actively buy and sell US and world coins and paper currency. Apart from these they also specialize in Postcards & Postal History, Merchant Trade Tokens Bullion Gold, and Silver, Dakota Territory Material. They are an NGC and PMG authorized dealer. They also offer private deposit box storage for rent for those who wish to store their investments and valuables in a safe place.
Bullion DepositoriesDakota Depository Company 1437 42nd Street S Fargo, North Dakota 58103 Phone: 855-532-5682
The company is 35 years old and offers safe and secure gold, silver, and precious metal storage for retail and commercial customers worldwide. The storage is insured by Lloyd’s of London, easily accessible worldwide, has a state-of-the-art secure vault, full-service account reporting and notifications. The custody storages are both allocated and segregated.
Smelters & Refineries
If you have some gold coins, small bars or jewelry items which you want to convert to other precious metals pieces, Bullion Exchanges offers you high-class gold and silver smelting. Below you will also find renowned precious metal smelters and refiners in North Dakota.Sabin Metal West Corp 15 Twelfth Ave. East P. O. Box 1347 Williston, ND 58802-1347 Phone: 701-572-6828