Making Gold and Silver Purchases in Vermont

The Republic of Vermont was established as a sovereign state in 1777 during the American Revolutionary War. It was added to the original 13 colonies in 1791 as the 14th state to make up the newly established United States.

With an estimated population over 600,000, it is ranked as 49th, one of the smallest states in the U.S. by area and populace, and notably as one of the safest in the nation.

The origin of its name may have come from a French word meaning "the Green Mountains," alluding to the green colored mountains. Vermont’s state capital is Montpelier, the least populous state capital in the United States. Vermont’s most populous city is Burlington.

The Vermont Republic was the first U.S. state to begin to abolish slavery and became a leading supporter of the abolitionist movement and of sending soldiers to participate in the American Civil War. On the economic front, Vermont is listed as the 34th state in terms of its gross state product. It is the leading maple syrup producer in the United States.

Sales Tax on Gold and Silver in Vermont

Vermont has a 6% sales tax applied to all sales of coins, paper currency, and precious metals.

Local Gold and Silver Dealers in Vermont

Interest in coin shops located in specific cities within the state of Vermont can be found in the following directory: