Making Gold and Silver Purchases in North Dakota
Located in the Midwest of the United States, North Dakota is the 19th largest state in relation to land area and has a population of 756,000. Its capital is Bismarck while its largest city is Fargo.
North Dakota grew during the 19th century mostly due to the influx of immigrant farmers and laborers from countries such as Norway, Sweden, Germany, and the U.K. Agriculture is the state’s primary industry, followed by petroleum, food processing and technology.
North Dakota contains the tallest man-made structure in the Western Hemisphere in the 2,063-foot tall KVLY-TV Mast. A number of notable entertainers are from North Dakota, including blues guitarist Jonny Lang, country music artist Lynn Anderson, radio host Shadoe Stevens, and actor Josh Duhamel.
Sales Tax on Gold and Silver in North Dakota
In North Dakota, the purchase of precious metals, coins, or paper currency is exempt from sales tax, as long as it’s at least .999 pure. Metals, tokens, coins that are not legal tender, and bullion that is under .999 pure are subject to sales tax.
Local Gold and Silver Dealers in North DakotaFor those interested in coin shops in specific cities located in North Dakota, you can find helpful information via our other local directory pages:
Local coin shops in Fargo, ND
Local coin shops in Bismarck, ND