Located in the mountain region of western United States, Wyoming is the 10th largest state by area and has the second smallest population of any state in the country at 580,000.
It’s capital, and also the largest city in the state is Cheyenne. At the conclusion of the Mexican-American war, Wyoming was ceded to the United States.
The territory lacked major deposits of sought-after minerals such as gold and silver. Located in northwestern Wyoming is Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first national park and dedicated as such in 1872.
Wyoming was admitted to the Union as a state in 1890 and today has a number of national parks and protected wildlife areas, including the Grand Teton National Park and Devils Tower National Monument.
Sales Tax on Gold and Silver in Wyoming
Wyoming passed House Bill 103 in 2018, stating that coins having gold or silver content, or refined gold or silver bullion, which is coined, stamped or imprinted with its weight, purity, and value based on metal content, is not subject to sales tax.
Local Gold and Silver Dealers in WyomingFor those interested in coin shops in specific cities located in Wyoming, you can find helpful information via our other local directory pages:
• Local coin shops in Cheyenne, WY
• Local coin shops in Casper, WY