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Local Gold and Silver Dealers in Charleston, SC

The city of Charleston is the county seat of Charleston County and the oldest city in South Carolina, featuring a population of 135,000. Founded in 1670 as Charles Town, in honor of King Charles II of England, Charleston grew quickly and became the 5th largest city in North America.

Charleston became incorporated as a city in 1783 and while other cities in the colonies surpassed it in size, its port remained an important component of the state and the young country.

Today, Charleston is a popular tourist destination and is known for its history, architecture, and cuisine. Major travel publications have regularly dubbed Charleston “America’s Most Friendly City,” or “The World’s Best City.”

The city of Charleston saw major engagements during the American Civil War and nearly half of the city was burned during an engagement in 1861. The Confederate army eventually abandoned the city in 1865 with Union soldiers moving in soon after. Although the city was devastated after the war, the industry began bringing vitality back to the city by the 1870s.

By the middle part of the 20th century, Charleston was struggling financially. By the 1970s, renewed investment began in Charleston and the city took advantage of its unique blend of traditional Southern, English, French and African cultures.

Art festivals, such as the Spoleto Festival USA and the Piccolo Spoleto, take place annually in Charleston. Further economic drivers in Charleston include tourism, cuisine, and shipping due to its two shipping terminals operated by the South Carolina Ports Authority.

Sales Tax on Gold and Silver in Charleston

The state of South Carolina offers exemptions on the purchase and sale of gold and silver bullion. Some gold and silver purchases, however, are not exempt, such as medallions and tokens, both subject to 6% sales tax. It is recommended that you check with the dealer in Charleston as you make purchases of gold and silver.

Local Gold and Silver Dealers in Charleston

American Metals Company

A family-run company that buys precious metals, American Metals Company has been in business for more than 50 years and is fully licensed and incorporated.

(843) 532-7679
253 King Street (Demetre Jeweler’s Building)
Charleston, SC 29401

Bring Y’alls Gold

Bring Y’alls Gold is family owned and operated and they bring more than 25 years of experience dealing with precious metals, including gold and silver. The shop buys and sells precious metals of all types.

(843) 767-4650
3316 Ashley Phosphate Road
North Charleston, SC 29483

Charleston Coin Exchange

Charleston Coin Exchange buys and sells both individual pieces and full collections, dealing in all precious metals, rare coins, and even paper currency. The shop has been an American Numismatic Association Life Member since 1980 and they are family owned.

(843) 637-3304
1730 Savannah Highway
Charleston, SC 29407

Charleston Gold and Diamond Exchange

Charleston Gold and Diamond Exchange is one of the largest dealers in the country. Their inventory includes over 250 bullion items, including gold, silver, platinum, and palladium and they also purchase and sell rare currency and coins.

(843) 881-1118
648 Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Charleston Gold Store

Charleston Gold Store buys and sells gold jewelry, and also works with you to get the best price for your unwanted gold, silver, or other precious metals.

(843) 277-2926
1414-B Savannah Highway
Charleston, SC 29407

Island Gold and Silver

Island Gold and Silver buys gold and silver as well as other metals, bullion coins, and other items. 1606 Rainbow Rd
Charleston, SC 29412

Low Country Coins LLC

Low Country Coins features an inventory of coins and bullion from the U.S. and around the world. They also offer currency, bullion, stamps, supplies and more.

7800 Rivers Ave
North Charleston, SC 29406

Thanks for reading our guide to buying gold and silver bullion and coins in Charleston, SC. If you know of any other coin or bullion shops in the city of Charleston, please contact us at Metals.com so we can update our directory.