Buy Silver Coins in Vermont
​Vermont is located in the northeastern region of the United States.  It is 1 out of the 6 states that make up the New England region.  It is the 45th largest state at ​9,623 square miles and the 2nd least populated state with only 624,595 residents. It is the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S. (2015) and is ranked as the safest state in the country (2016).

​Bullion Sales Tax in Vermont

​​Vermont has a statewide sales tax rate of 6% with local taxes that can make it as high as 7%.  When it comes to bullion, there are no exemptions so those purchases will be taxed.

​Silver Bullion Dealers in Vermont: 

Fun Facts About Vermont

  1. The city of Montpelier in Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the U.S.
  2. Ben and Jerry's was founded in Burlington, VT. 
  3. Vermont was the only state who didn't have a Wal-Mart until 1996. 
  4. It was the first to grant women partial voting rights (in 1880), abolish slavery (as a republic and a state), and legislate same-sex marriage. (source: mentalfloss.com) 
  5. Employees at Ben & Jerry's get 3 free pints of ice cream a day. 
  6. In 2013, Vermonters were ranked as the country’s fifth happiest residents. (source: listverse.com)
  7. It is the only New England state that does no border the Atlantic Ocean. 
  8. The capital of Vermont, Montpelier, is the least populated capital of any U.S. state. 
  9. It was the first state after the 13 colonies to join the U.S.
  10. Luis Guzmán, who is an actor known for his roles in  Boogie Nights,  Magnolia  or the Netflix series Narcos (source: wikipedia) was born in Sutton, Vermont.