Buy Silver Coins in North Dakota
North Dakota is a state located in both the midwestern and norther regions of the United States.  It is the 19th largest state at 70,698 square miles and the 4th least populated with just over 757,900 residents. It was admitted into the U.S. as the 39th state in 1889, with South Dakota at the same time (40th state to join).  It had a natural resource boom in the 21st century, primarily in oil extraction from the Bakken formation. Which that is is known for having the lowest rate of unemployment compared to any other state in the U.S. 
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Bullion Sales Tax in North Dakota

‚ÄčNorth Dakota has a statewide sales tax rate of 5% with additional local taxes that can add up to 8.5%. However, in ND most sales of coins, paper currency or precious metals are not taxed.  Those not exempt, would include: tokens, medals and other collectibles that are not legal tender, as well as bullion that is less than 0.9999 pure.

Silver Bullion Dealers in North Dakota

Fun Facts About North Dakota 

  1. North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate at 3.2%.
  2. The durum wheat used to make most of the pasta in the U.S., comes from North Dakota. 
  3. Lewis and Clark spent more time in North Dakota than in any other place they visited on their expedition. (source: www.factretriever.com)
  4. Less than 1% of North Dakota is forest.
  5. It is home to the largest state-owned sheep research center in the entire U.S.
  6. The world's largest hamburger was eaten in Rutland, North Dakota. (source: www.onlyinyourstate.com)
  7. The state grows more sunflowers than any other state in the U.S. 
  8. It is the state with the most wild life refugees in the U.S. 
  9. CariDee English, who was the season 7 winner of America's Top Model  was born in Fargo. 
  10. Kellan Lutz, known for his role as Emmett Cullen in the Twilight  movie series, is from Dickinson, ND.