Buy Silver Coins in Washington
The State of Washington is located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States.  It is named after George Washington, the first President of the United States. It is the 18th largest state at 71,362 square miles and has the 13th largest population with over 7.28 million residents.  It is often referred to as the 'State of Washington' or 'Washington State' to distinguish itself from Washington D.C. 

Bullion Sales Tax in Washington

Washington has a statewide tax of 6.5% with additional local taxes that can add up to 10.4%.  Coins and bullion are exempt from sales tax, no matter the purchase amount.  This would include coins or other form of money that are made from gold, silver or other metal used as currency.   There are items that will still get taxed, such has numismatic collectibles.  So precious metals that are in a form that add value to themselves, like medallion or jewelry will get taxed.

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Fun Facts About Washington State

  1. The bass guitar was invented in Washington by Paul Tutmarc in the 1930s.
  2.  After Mount St. Helens erupted, ash clouds drifted across the entire country in 3 days and then encircled the whole Earth in only 15 days.
  3. 10 volcanoes line the state and they are referred to as the "Ring of Fire" 
  4.  It produces more apples compared to any other state in the U.S.
  5. 77% of U.S. hops are grown in Yakima Valley.
  6. It is the only state named after a president (George Washington).
  7. It has the longest beach in the nation, Long Beach, that stretches for 28 miles. 
  8. It's top natural resource is lumber. 
  9. It is also known for mining valuable metals such as gold, lead, and aluminum.
  10. Microsoft Corporation is located in Redmond.

Safe Silver Storage at Home

You can keep silver safe at your home if you take a few precautions and invest in some high-quality containers for your silver coins and silver bars. The best thing you can buy to keep your investment silver protected is a fireproof safe. Precious metals are very strong and don’t get damaged very easily, but fire can damage even the strongest metals. Make sure that any safe you buy is fireproof. You should also get some lockboxes and other containers to hold your silver coins and bars.