Located in the Midwest of the United States, Kansas is the 15th-largest state by area and the 34th-most populous state by number of residents, with just over 2.9 million.
The state was first settled by Europeans in 1812 in the Bonner Springs area and was officially opened to settlement by the U.S. government in 1854 with the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Ultimately, Kansas became a free state in 1961.
Eventually, Kansas would draw a number of immigrants to the state after the American Civil War, as the area was ideal for various kinds of farming. By well into the 21st century, Kansas has become known for its agriculture, producing much of the country’s wheat, corn, sorghum, and soybeans.
Sales Tax on Gold and Silver in Kansas
Per the Kansas Department of Revenue, the state has not yet made the sale of coins, bullion, stamps antiques, and collectibles tax exempt. The state’s sales tax is currently at 6.5%.
Local Gold and Silver Dealers in KansasFor those interested in coin shops in specific cities located in Kansas, you can find helpful information via our other local directory pages:
Local coin shops in Wichita, KS
Local coin shops in Overland Park, KS
Local coin shops in Kansas City, KS
Local coin shops in Olathe, KS
Local coin shops in Topeka, KS