Buy Silver Coins in Idaho
​Idaho is located in the northwestern region of the United States.  It is the 14th largest state at 83,642 square miles and the 39th most populous with 1.655 million occupants (2015). The official nickname for the state is the "Gem State" because it has a reputation for gemstones and the fact that every type of stone has been found in its region

Bullion Sales Tax in Idaho

Idaho sales tax is 6% across the state, plus any city or county sales taxes.  However precious metal purchases are exempt from taxation. This broad exemption has made Idaho one of the most popular states in the US to invest gold and silver. However, this exemption does not apply to paper currency, or historical coins which are not made of precious metals. 

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Fun Facts About Idaho

  1. It holds the title of having 2nd lowest obesity rates in the U.S., right after Florida. 
  2. Idaho has a nearly perfect 1:1 ratio of men and women. (source: www.onlyinyourstate.com)
  3. It has the nickname, the "Gem State" with over 72 different precious and semi-precious gemstones being found in the state.
  4. There is a bed and breakfast in Cottonwood, in the shape of a beagle, called Dog Bark Park Inn.
  5. The economy of Idaho City originally developed around gold mining in the 1860s. (www.50states.com)
  6. The world famous in Idaho are located in Lava Hot Springs.
  7. Idaho is 1 out of 2 places in the world, where you can find the star garnets in large quantities, right after India. 
  8. In the early 19th century, Idaho was considered part of the Oregon Country. (source: wikipedia)
  9. Bill Fagerbakke, an actor who best known for the voice of Patrick on Spongebob Square Pants  and who made several appearances on  How I Met Your Mother   moved to Rupert in his youth and attended University of Idaho in Moscow.
  10. Brandon Molale, who has appeared in shows like, ​True Blood  and Reno 911!  and movies