Below are some of the best silver dealers physically located in Houston, Texas, along with their contact information and store details. There is no sales tax on silver purchases over $1000 in Texas.
We Buy Gold
13482 Northwest Fwy Ste 200
Houston, TX 77040
We Buy Gold has 10 locations in Houston, Texas and is a dealer in precious metals. They buy and sell gold and silver coins, scrap jewelry, coins, United States gold currency, foreign gold coins and currency, and unwanted gold items. They offer coupons and specials allowing customers to receive up to 25% more for their precious metal items. Each location in Houston is staffed with professional and honest gold buyers and they will provide the best deals allowing the most cash payout. They are more than happy to answer customer’s questions about buying and selling gold and will explain every step of their transaction.
When customers bring gold into We Buy Gold, it is weighed in front of them and they are offered the cash value. Employees want to be sure customers are satisfied and understand they received the best amount for their items. The City of Houston Sales Tax is set at 8.25% as of January 2013 and when purchasing coins and bullion in Houston, and your purchase is $1,000 or higher, the tax is exempt. Houston City Sales tax does not apply to official State of Texas coins.
Texas Money Museum
10118 Altonbury Ln
Houston, TX 77031
The Texas Money Museum located in Houston, Texas, is being developed, but people are welcome to stop by and browse the growing inventory of fascinating numismatic items. The director, Alvin L. Stern, is a certified appraiser and has been a member of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) for more than 25 years. He is an award winning writer in the field of numismatic research and also a member of the American Numismatic Association (ANA).
Mr. Stern is a licensed auctioneer and provides coin collectors with services such as appraisals, auctions, research, and documented appraisals. Collectors that have a question or want to buy or sell precious metals, coins, or any other numismatic items can call for an appointment. The Texas Money Museum has a vast inventory of everything numismatic to include odd tokens, unusual medals, ancient coins, and world crowns. Mr. Stern is also available to help new coin collectors assemble a coin collection, assist in professional conservation of numismatic items, offer gold and silver bullion investment advice, and be a speaker at an event.
Mr. Stern welcomes questions and coin collectors can purchase items such as coins and bullion in Houston and their purchase of $1,000 or higher is sales tax is exempt. The City of Houston Sales Tax is set at 8.25% as of January 2013 and when purchasing official State of Texas coins Houston City Sales tax does not apply.
Royal Coin and Jewelry
4658 Beechnut St.
Houston, TX 77096
Royal Coin and Jewelry is known as the coin authority in Houston, Texas. They specialize in buying and selling of United States and foreign coin collections, confederate and obsolete bank notes, gold, silver, and platinum bullion, certified coins, US Mint proofs, estate collections, unwanted jewelry, and many other valuable items and collections. They specialize in the liquidation of estates and are certified to do appraisals.
Royal Coin and Jewelry carries other numismatic items such as coin collecting supplies, unique antiques, old documents, and other collectable and historical pieces. Customers will enjoy great customer service and competitive prices. The City of Houston Sales Tax is set at 8.25% as of January 2013 and when purchasing coins and bullion in Houston, and your purchase is $1,000 or higher, the tax is exempt. Houston City Sales tax does not apply to official State of Texas coins.