Below are some of the best silver dealers physically located in Boston, Massachusetts, along with their contact information and store details. There is a 5% sales tax on silver purchases in Massachusetts.
Colonial Trading Company
102 Tremont Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
Colonial Trading Company is located in the Colonial District of downtown Boston. The in-house staff provides more than 90 years of combined experience in appraisals and evaluation of many collectable items. They buy and sell items form Colonial America, United States coins and currency, foreign coins and currency, ancient Greek and Roman coins, United States stamps and postage, vintage watches, diamonds, gold and silver jewelry, gold and silver bullion, and platinum bullion.
The staff at Colonial Trading Company welcome customers and are happy to help them with their purchases or items to be traded for cash payouts. They offer accurate prices and guarantee the authenticity of all their items. The state of Massachusetts charges sales tax on coins, paper money, and bullion, but items are exempt when over $1,000 in one purchase. The sales tax rate for Boston is 5.00%.
33 Center St
Burlington, Massachusetts 01803
Boston Bullion is located in Boston, Massachusetts and is located in a former bank building. They have a vault that was built into the building and make use of it for storage of valuable items. All the gold and silver and precious metal products they sell are pure bullion and they keep pricing at a fair market value by keeping a close watch on the precious metals market. They have a substantial inventory and can fill bullion orders from the stock they have on hand. Larger orders for bullion are processed with the best distributor at the time and the order shipped directly to the customer.
Gold bullion coins at Boston Bullion are from the current year and procured from the US Mint or other first dealers. Some rare bullion coins are minted in older years, but all Pamp Swiss bars are mint sealed. Other coins such as Panda and Lunar bullion coins are priced by the year they were minted. Customers need to make an appointment. The state of Massachusetts charges sales tax on coins, paper money, and bullion, but items are exempt when over $1,000 in one purchase. The sales tax rate for Boston is 5.00%.
Northshore Numismatics Incorporated
358 Main St.
Wakefield, Massachusetts 01880
Northshore Numismatics is located in Wakefield, Massachusetts and serves the Wakefield and Boston area. They have been serving coin collectors for more than 30 years and their chief numismatist, Peter Pienta, has been a member of the PNG, Professional Numismatic Guild for more than 30 years and many other numismatic organizations.
The extensive numismatic inventory at Northshore Numismatics includes collector coins, gold and silver bullion, United States coins from 1795 to 1933, United States half cents up to dollars from 1793 to 1916, bullion coins, US Mint proofs, coin collections, and all foreign currencies. They offer high cash payouts and the best prices in the area for purchases. The staff at Northshore Numismatics attends many coin shows around the country and brings back new items for their vast inventory on a regular basis.
Customers buying coins, paper money, and bullion, pay sales tax but items are exempt when over $1,000 in one purchase. The sales tax rate for Boston is 5.00%.