Silver Coin Dealers in Lowell

Bullion Sales Tax in Lowell, MA

​The state of Massachusetts has an overall sales tax of 6.25%, this is across all counties which do not add extra tax on top of that.  When it comes to purchasing precious metals in Massachusetts the state allows an exemption of certain sales over $1000. The exemption would include rare coins of numismatic value, gold or silver bullion, gold/silver bullion coins, and gold/silver tender of any nation except the Republic of South Africa. 

Fun Facts About Lowell

  1. It is home to the Lowell Campus for the University of Massachusetts. 
  2. Based on the vision of a planned industrial community built around power provided by the Merrimack River, Lowell was founded in the early 1820s. (source: citytowninfo.com)
  3. It was the first planned industrialized city in the U.S. 
  4. The first ever CVS Pharmacy to open in the U.S. , was in Lowell. 
  5. Olympia Dukakis who is an actress who has won the Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA was born in Lowell.