Massachusetts - LOCAL DIRECTORY GUIDE
The New England state of Massachusetts has played a significant role in American history. The present-day state of Massachusetts was the location of the Plymouth colony founded by the Pilgrims in 1620, the Salem Witch Trials, and several notable events of the Revolutionary War, and is also home to Harvard University, the oldest college in the United States.
It is the seventh smallest state, yet one of the most densely populated. More than half of the state’s population lives in the Boston area. Many of the state’s best-known coin dealers are also located in Boston.
Precious Metal and Coin Dealers Near Me
If you seek a reputable local wholesaler near you where you might make purchases in person, allow APMEX to be of service. Browse our list of wholesale dealers who may be able to assist you:
180 Old Colony Ave Suite 300
Quincy, MA 2170
Beantown Coins was established in 2011 as a way to share our unique inventory and the skill of our staff with the general public. We will continue to represent the high standards of generations of merchants of our trade, and we will remain a major presence in rare coins, online.
Bret Leifer Numismatics
PO BOX 5225
Wayland, MA 1778
First Class coin dealership. We buy, sell, appraise all numismatics for collectors, investors and estates. In business over 40 years, fully insured, no deal too BIG or small. We have bought and sold over One Hundred Million Dollars of material. Try us, it will be the smartest move you make~
189 Cambridge st
Burlington , Ma 1803
781 221 4190
LLG Jewelers family owned business we buy and sell all kind of fine metals . jewelry ,Gold , platinum, palladium, silver and diamonds
Local City Information
- Boston, Massachusetts Local Directory
When you are shopping for Precious Metals within Boston, it’s important to remember that a 6.25% sales tax applies to coin and bullion purchases, though some sales over $1,000 are exempt from this tax. Double check with your coin dealer before you commit to any purchases.
View Boston City Guide