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Precious Metals Dealers in Oregon

Oregon Local Coin Shops and Precious Metals Brokers

Oregon Precious Metals Sales Tax:

No sales tax on bullion or coins.

Accurate Precious Metals

Alder Gold Exchange

Baker Gold & Silver

Burton's Rare Coins

Marty’s Coin & Currency

Vulture Peak Mines

Oregon Coin Shows

Coin shows in Oregon are events where numismatists, dealers, investors, collectors and enthusiasts gather to trade, sell, and buy coins, precious metals, paper money, and related products. These events provide a great opportunity for collectors and investors to meet and network with others who share their interests.

Some coin shows are locally organized events, featuring many local coin dealers and collectors from around Oregon. Larger coin exhibitions often include various workshops, presentations, historically significant collections on display, and some even include professional graders from companies like PCGS and NGC for onsite grading and encapsulation.

Aug 17, 2024 Florence Coin Show
Florence Event Center
715 Quince St
Florence, OR 97439
Nov 9, 2024 Portland Coin Show
Monarch Hotel & Convention Center
12566 SE 93rd Ave
Clackamas, OR 97015
Dec 7, 2024 Salem Coin Show
Oregon State Fair & Expo Center
2330 17th St
Salem, OR 97303

Coin shows are a great opportunity to get find unique offers and deal directly with sellers one-on-one. This is a great way to network and meet new connections. They also allow you to see and experience many different coins under one roof and ask experienced collectors and dealers questions to gain more knowledge.

Buying and selling precious metals at a coin show allows you hold that gold or silver in your hand, inspect it, and negotiate directly with dealers for the best price. And many offer a better deal when bartering or paying with cash.

Dealing directly with the sellers means you bypass the middlemen. There are no extra fees, no delays and no documentation. Just you and the seller making a one-on-one deal. Trading precious metals at coin shows allows you to score a better deal through haggling, bartering, and buying in bulk. Cash transactions at coin shows leave no trace.

Bullion dealers focus on buying, selling and trading of precious metals. Some have physical storefronts and also sell a wide range of precious metals, including bars, coins, rounds and bullion. Additionally, most of these shops offer collectible coins and other numismatic items along with other collectibles such as sports cards, comics or watches. Some jewelry stores occasionally trade in precious metals in addition to jewelry. Keep in mind that jewelry items come with a higher premium due to craftsmanship.

Oregon Bullion Dealers and Coin Stores

Dealing with a local bullion dealer in Oregon can simplify the transaction process, especially when selling. There's often less paperwork compared to transacting online. Local dealers usually have a good understanding of the local market conditions and also any laws that related to sales tax on precious metals in Oregon.

Shopping at a coin stores in Oregon offers several advantages for precious metals investors. While online stores boast vast inventories, local coin shops often have diverse, rotating stock, including rare or unique items not found online. Should you decide to sell or trade part of your collection, having a relationship with a local store can simplify the process.

Coin Stores can also help with appraisals and determining the value of a collection. Appraisals help in establishing the fair market value prior to selling. This includes the price at which the coin might likely sell in its current condition in the open market.

When dealing with numismatics, coin appraisals are an essential part of coin collecting and investing. They provide valuable insights into the value and authenticity of coins, helping collectors and investors make informed decisions. Whether for insurance, sale, estate planning, or personal satisfaction, having an accurate and professional appraisal of a coin collection is invaluable. If you plan to sell your collection, an expert appraisal gives you a realistic expectation of what you can expect to receive. It also helps in setting reserve prices if the coins are to be auctioned.

More Places to Sell Gold and Silver in Oregon

When looking to buy, sell or trade precious metals in Oregon, local coin stores and specialized dealers often provide personalized assistance and guidance. Staff members are usually knowledgeable about coins, bullion, and other numismatic items, which can be especially helpful for new investors and collectors.

With only a handful of precious metals dealers in Oregon, it may be a bit of a drive to get to your nearest local coin store. Many investors in Oregon have the same issue, which has made shopping with online bullion dealers a much easier option.

Having coin shops and bullion dealers close by in Baker City, Portland and Salem allows you to buy, sell and trade precious metals locally. Visiting a local retailer usually provides you with immediate cash rather than waiting for online dealers to process and mail a check. Taking the time for an in person visit to silver dealers in Oregon allows you to buy or sell precious metals on the spot, without waiting for online transactions to be processed and shipped.

Some companies specialize in buying gold and silver items from individuals. Precious metal refiners often buy scrap gold and silver based on the weight and market value of the metal. Some of the shops in Grants Pass or Bandon may be worth a visit. Remember that prices for gold and silver can vary based on market conditions, so it's a good idea to stay informed about current prices before selling.

In times of economic instability or collapse, when paper money could lose its worth, precious metals are likely to retain value and spending power. Getting top dollar for your precious metals investment is important when the time comes and you want to sell some off to raise cash. While many trusted and reputable online bullion dealers often buy gold and silver from individuals, local bullion dealers can sometimes offer you cash on the spot.