Buying Gold and Silver in Oregon

Buy gold and silver in OregonOregon was included in the Union as the 33rd state in 1859. One of the three states situated on the Pacific coast, Oregon has a mild winter climate. The state covers an area of 98,000 square miles and has a population of 4 million people. The capital is Salem, but Portland is the biggest city in Oregon.

Oregon has a diversified economy, with well-developed agriculture, fishing, and hydroelectric sector. Also, timber is the top production sector in the Oregon. Of famous brands, Nike has its headquarter in Eugene city.

Gold and Silver Dealers in Oregon, by City:

Please check directory page of our precious metals dealers to find local coin shop in your city.

Local coin shows

Oregon offers plenty of 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 list of most popular coin shows in Oregon.

Mid Valley Coin Club - Linn County Fair and Expo Center, 3700 Knox Butte Rd, Albany, OR, 503-769-7183

At its 51st annual coin, currency and token show, Mid Valley Coin Club is inviting passionate coin collectors to visit their show, tentatively scheduled for May 27-28, 2017.

Coin - Currency - Token & Medal Show - Clackamas Banquet Center (Denny's), 15815 SE 82nd Dr & Hwy 212 E, Clackamas, OR, 503-858-3299

Scheduled for June 18, 2017, and another event on September 10th, 2017, the show promises a unique experience for all visitors.

20th Annual Florence Coin Show - Florence Events Center, 715 Quince St., Florence, OR, 541-997-2682

Planned for August 19-20, 2017 the two-day show is at its 20th edition and is a well know event for coin collectors in the area and not only.

Cave Man Coin Club - Josephine County Fairgrounds, Redwood Hwy., Grants Pass, OR, 541-471-6048

The show invites all numismatics to join the two-day event, tentatively scheduled for September 16-17, 2017

Polk County Coin Show - Polk County Fairgrounds Bldg. "B", 520 S. Pacific Hwy West, Rickreall, OR, 503-362-9123

Do not miss attending this show scheduled for October 8th, 2017 with promising novelties for coin collectors.

PNNA-Willamette Coin Club. 13th Annual Fall Convention & Coin Show - DoubleTree Lloyd Center Hotel, 1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, OR

One of the most expected events of the year, at its 13th edition, the show will take place on October 21-22, 2017.

UMPQUA Valley Stampfest and Coin Show - Seven Feathers Casino Resort, 146 Chief Miwaleta Ln, Canyonville, OR, 541-673-4949

All coin and stamp collectors are invited to join this show on October 21st, 2017 (tentatively).

Breaking Down Bullion Sales Tax in Oregon

In Oregon State, there is no sales tax. This means that all acquisitions of precious metal bullion and coins do not imply any tax, independently of the quantity or type of the product. Such permissive law has made Oregon a famous state for making investments in gold or silver.

Bullion Exchanges being an out of state retailer does not have to charge any sales tax to the residents of Oregon. 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 coin webstore:

  • AJPM – established in 1991, it is one of the most well-known dealers in North West
  • Alder Gold Exchange - family owned shop in Portland
  • Marty’s Coin & Currency - exclusively specialized on coin and customer satisfaction
  • Baker Gold & Silver - in business for over 30 years, the shop goes by its high reputation
  • Burton’s Rare Coins - proved experience by being on the market for over 40 year
  • Monarch Precious Metals - mint and shop, operating since 2008

Local precious metals companies

Monarch Precious Metals 3977 Crater Lake Hwy, Medford, OR 97504, 541-414-1676

Founded in 2008 in Medford, OR, Monarch Precious Metals uses only .999 fine gold and silver for their hand poured bullion. It is specialized on unique features, and mark the bullion by the old-fashioned way, to keep the rustic appearance. However, the mint is continuously updating its catalog with new products and the online store offers also a wide coin collection.

Smelters & Refineries

Smelters extract various metal from its ore to create more refined metal products. Precious metals, specifically silver and gold smelting, can be performed at any precious metals refinery including BullionExchanges.

AAA Precious Metals Inc 9908 SE Ash St Portland, OR, (503) 253-8591

AAA Precious Metals is a family owned business, and it outstands due to their customer oriented service and quality of products. Although they focus on Jewelry and Mining, it is also one of the few refineries in the region.