Georgia - LOCAL DIRECTORY GUIDE
Georgia, established in 1732, was the last colony founded of the original 13. Georgia, sometimes called the Peach State, is famous not only for its peaches and pecans but also for fine southern manners, the historic city of Savannah, and being the birthplace of Coca-Cola. Gold was discovered in the mountains of North Georgia in 1829; the resulting Gold rush prompted the establishment of a federal mint branch in Dahlonega. That mint operated until the Gold rush dwindled, closing in 1861. Today, Gold bullion is still a popular investment choice in Georgia due in part to Georgia’s investor-friendly tax statutes. The state has become something of a tax haven for Precious Metal buyers, and is home to many renowned coin shops.
Local Gold and Silver Mints in Georgia
The United States Mint established a branch in Dahlonega in 1835, following the Gold rush in north Georgia. The mint struck more than $6 million worth in Gold coins between its establishment and its closing in 1861. As the Gold rush came to an end, the mint was simply no longer needed. Today, these Georgia-minted Gold coins are difficult to locate and highly collectible.
Local Gold and Silver Dealers Near Me
If you are looking for a reputable wholesaler near you where you might make purchases locally, allow APMEX to assist you. Here we provide a list of wholesale dealers who may be able to assist you:
Gold Buyers of Buford, LLC
3260 Buford Drive, Suite 50
Buford, GA 30519
We are a Gold buyer located in Buford GA across from the Mall of GA. We have been in business for over 10 years serving the people of Gwinnett and surrounding areas. We specialize in Coins, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Diamonds, and Watches. We purchase a large variety of items and issue same day payment in a secure environment. We offer free estimates with no pressure. We are open Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm. Come check us out today!
Local City Information
- Atlanta, Georgia Local Directory
Georgia boasts investor-friendly tax codes, including an exemption for coins and bullion. These policies have made Atlanta a shopping destination among Precious Metal investors and collectors in the market to make a large acquisition.
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