Buy Silver Coins in Wyoming
​Wyoming is a state located in the western mountain region of the United States. It is the 10th largest at 97,818 square miles and the least populated with just under 600,000 residents. The state’s total population is less than 31 of the larges states. 2/3 of the state is mainly covered in mountain ranges and rangelands. While the other 1/3 is high elevation prairies known as High Plains.  Almost 1/2 of the land in the state is owned by the U.S. government.

Bullion Sales Tax in Wyoming

​Wyoming has a statewide sales tax rate of 4% with additional local taxes that can add up to 6%. There are no exemption for purchase on coins, paper money, or precious metal bullion.

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Fun Facts About Wyoming

  1. It was the first state to give women the right to vote in the U.S. 
  2. The majority of Yellowstone Park lies within the boundaries of Wyoming. (source: www.50states.com)
  3. JCPenney stores were started in Kemmerer, WY.
  4. It is the largest producer of coal in the U.S. 
  5.  Gannett Peak is the highest elevation at 13,804 feet.
  6. The state motto is "Equal Rights". 
  7. During the 1880s Cheyenne was the wealthiest city in the country, maybe the world, due to a booming cattle industry and the gold rush. (source: www.movoto.com)
  8. It is home to only one four-year postgraduate university which is the University of Wyoming.
  9. Scott Avett, who is part of the Avett Brothers was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
  10. John Wendling who was a safety who played for the Buffalo Bills and Detroit Lions was born in Cody, Wyoming.