Buying Gold and Silver in Oklahoma
Oklahoma is a state located in the south-central USA. The two Choctaw words “Okla” and “Humma”, which mean “Red People”, make up the state’s name. Most of Oklahoma was acquired by the USA in the Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803. Oklahoma is one of the major producers of natural gas, oil, and agricultural products. The economy of Oklahoma is mainly dependent on energy, aviation, telecommunication, and biotechnology. Oklahoma produces minerals like helium, gypsum, zinc, coal, copper, silver, and cement.
There are some major attractions in Oklahoma like the Philbrook Museum of Art, Wichita Mountains, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Skydance Bridge in Oklahoma City, Little Niagara on Travertine Creek, Beavers Bend State Park, Oklahoma City Zoo, Marland Estate Mansion, Cherokee Heritage Center, Robber’s Cave State Park, Glover River, Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, Talimena National Scenic Byway, Natural Falls State Park, Gilcrease Museum, Turner Falls Park, Gloss Mountain State Park, Lake Tenkiller, Talimena Scenic Drive, and many more. Oklahoma also offers great nightlife, restaurants, hotels, shopping places, and a variety of precious metal dealers that display wide selections of coins and collectibles. There are also many coin shows that take place throughout the year in Oklahoma.
Gold and Silver Dealers in Oklahoma, by City:
Please check these directory pages to find local precious metals dealers in your city.
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 Oklahoma is among the states which host a few of the most famous coin shows of the nation. If you are planning to visit Oklahoma soon, take a look at the most popular coins shows in this state which are listed below.
Most Popular Coin Shows:
This is a 3-day event organized by the Enid Coin Club. The show has a 25 dealer table set up. The dealers will buy, sell, and trade all types of coins, currency, tokens, and collectibles. Youngsters will be given free coin books. Dealers will also provide free appraisals on coins and collections. Admission and parking are free. The event will showcase a variety of coins, medals, paper money, tokens, modern US coins, ancient and rare coins, world coins, and much more. The timings of the show are Fri 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Sat 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sun 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The show is sponsored by the Oklahoma Numismatic Association and is one of the largest coin shows that take place in Oklahoma. Dealers from Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois attend this show. This numismatic event has at least 93 dealer tables showcasing their vast inventories of coins, currency, bullion, proof and mint sets, antiques, other numismatic and philatelic items. The show hours are Friday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The show is organized by the Indian Territory Coin Club. This is an annual event which sees dealers from Oklahoma City area, North Texas, Tulsa, and Arkansas, displaying their collections and inventories. The show has a minimum of 25 dealer table setup. Apart from buying, selling, and trading coins and collectibles, the show also emphasizes on educating people into taking up the numismatic hobby through its educational programs held on one of the days. Free door prizes will be given after enrolment. Refreshments will be available. More than 200 people attend this show. Admission and Parking are free. The show timings are Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
An annual two-day event that showcases a great blend of coins and currency that is available for public viewing as well as purchasing. This is a great show for both professional numismatists as well as amateurs. The show has a minimum of 50-table setup and will see dealers from around the region. Both ancient and modern US coins, foreign coins, rare coins, paper currency, and other numismatic items will be available for buying, selling, and trading. Parking and admission are free. The show hours are Friday Noon – 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
This is an annual 2-day event organized by the Comanche County Coin Club. Attendees can buy, sell, and trade coins and collectibles with the dealers. Apart from coins and currency collectors, there will also be stamps and baseball card collecting vendors present at the venue which will buy, sell, and trade stamps and baseball cards. There will be door prizes on both days. The coin show is free and open to the public. The show timings are 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Breaking Down Bullion Sales Tax in Oklahoma
The State of Oklahoma recently removed the requirement that in order to be exempted, the bullion items must be stored within a recognized depository facility. Therefore, the state exempts from the tax any sales of gold, silver, platinum, palladium or other bullion items such as coins, bars and legal tenders of any nation.
(1) Sales of gold, silver, platinum or palladium in the form of coins, bars, ingots, blanks, rounds, and medallions.
(2) Sales of bullion that is or was at one time used as currency or a medium of exchange in the United States or a foreign country when:
- Sold for an amount based on its value as a precious metal or
- Sold or purchased as an investment.
(1) Fabricated metals that have been processed or manufactured for artistic use or as jewelry.
(2) Jewelry or other accessory items such as belt buckles and money clips.
(3) Paper currency.
(4) Bonds, certificates, and stocks.
When buying from Bullion Exchanges, the residents of Oklahoma do not have to pay any sales taxes, as Bullion Exchanges is not based in Oklahoma. 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.
Online coin dealers
Online purchasing is the best way to buy coins and bullion. It is comfortable, easy, it saves time and energy, and you can check through several shops in one go to compare their prices and get the best bargain. Bullion Exchanges is a trusted online precious metal dealer which offers you a vast inventory, competitive prices, and prompt service. Below you will find the most popular online coin dealers in Oklahoma.
- APMEX, Inc. - Ranked among some of the top precious metal companies, they have been around for more than 15 years.
- Edmond Coins - Popular for carrying a large inventory of rare coins and currency.
- Southwest Coin, Stamp & Jewelry - Among one of the oldest coin stores in Oklahoma City area which has been operational for generations.
- CC Coins & Collectables - A top buyer of gold & silver coins, bullion, and jewelry located in Enid.
- Gold Buyer OK - A family owned business with 39+ years of history of paying top dollars for gold, silver, and platinum
Local precious metals companiesAPMEX, Inc. 226 Dean A. McGee Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73102 Visits by appointment only Phone: 405-595-2100, 800-375-9006
APMEX is an abbreviation for American Precious Metals Exchange. APMEX is one of the largest bullion dealers in the USA and offers services inside and outside the USA. They have a vast selection of products and offer competitive and transparent prices. Their quality and services are superior. They are open 24/7 to accept orders. They are a trusted name in the bullion industry and have an excellent reputation for reliability. They are a PCGS, NGC, and PMG authorized dealer.Heartland Precious Metals 2513 South Kelly Ave Suite 110 Edmond, OK 73013 By Appointment Only Phone: (877) 360-3945
The company was founded by Paul Montgomery with a 30-year experience in the precious metal industry. Their great customer service and ethical practices have earned them loyal customers. They maintain transparency in their buying and selling prices. They offer a wide selection of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium products and their prices are very competitive, too. They are a PCGS and NGC authorized dealers.Flying Eagle Coins 9118 South Walker Oklahoma City, OK 73139 Phone: (405)-600-3200
The company was established in 2006 by James Hill. They buy, sell, grade, and attribute various US and foreign coins, tokens, and precious metals. They have a very friendly and skilled staff and provide superior customer service. They offer fair prices for the best quality products. Flying Eagle Coins is authorized by PCGS, NGC, NCS, and PMG.
Bullion DepositoriesCitadel Global Depository Services
A wholly-owned subsidiary of the APMEX, Inc., Citadel Global Depository Services offers a first-class, secure storage solution with one of the most modern security services. It stores precious metal products with Brink's, a name that has been synonymous with security for more than 150 years.
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 Oklahoma.Umicore Precious Metals 1301 W Main Pkwy, Catoosa, OK 74015 Phone: 918-266-8923Extra Cash N Gold Quail Springs Mall, 2501 W Memorial Rd Oklahoma City, OK 73134, USA Phone: 405-751-4653NTR Metals, LLC 1000 Cornell Pkwy #800 Oklahoma City, OK 73108, USA Phone: 405-605-2402