Buy Silver Coins in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is a state located in ​the northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States with the Appalachian mountains running right through the middle.  Although it is the 33rd largest state at ​46,055 square miles, it is surprisingly the 6th most populated state with over 12.7 million residents. Along with the mountains, Pennsylvania has 140 miles of shoreline that make up its landscape.

Bullion Sales Tax in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a statewide tax of 6% with local taxes that can add up to 8%. When it comes to coins and bullion, they are exempt from sales tax. Items that would not be exempt are paper currency, along with non-coin collectibles like tokens and medals. 

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Fun Facts About Pennsylvania

  1. The oldest golf course in the U.S. is located in Clarion, PA.
  2. Wanamaker was the first department store in the U.S. and it was located in Philadelphia. 
  3. Pennsylvania has one of the highest Amish populations in the U.S., along with Ohio and and Indiana being up there with them. 
  4. For one season in 1943 two NFL teams, the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers merged to form the Steagles.
  5. The Crayola Factory is located in the Lehigh Valley.
  6. The word “Pennsylvania” is misspelled on the Liberty Bell.
  7. The Hershey Company is located in Pennsylvania. 
  8. Bob Saget, best known for his role as Danny Tanner in ​Full House   was born in Philadelphia. 
  9. Bradley Cooper is also from Philadelphia. 
  10. Lauren Cohan, who is best known for her role as Maggie in The Walking Dead  is often mistakenly sourced as being born in Philadelphia, when she was actually born in Cherry Hill, NJ.