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Texas, though it may be difficult for some Texans to see in print, is the second-largest U.S. state. It is also the second most populous. The Lone Star State gained independence from Mexico in 1836, and joined the United States just nine years later in 1845. This event precipitated the Mexican-American War. Texas has long been associated with the image of cowboys, cattle ranches and oil magnates.

Indeed, those have long been among the state’s top industries. Modest quantities of Gold and Silver have been discovered in Texas, though they never made up a major industry.

Bullion Sales Tax in Texas

In 2013, Texas passed legislation that exempted purchases of Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium bullion, as well as numismatic coins, from state sales tax. Prior to that, there was a 6.25% tax collected on Precious Metals purchases totaling less than $1,000, which made it difficult for investors who were looking to accumulate smaller amounts over time. HB78 amended Sec. 151.336 of the tax code and was signed into law in June 2013. It marked the first time that a state expanded an existing sales tax exemption for Precious Metals, although it has occurred since.

Local Gold and Silver Mints in Texas

Texas can claim just one mint in its vast environs, but it is an exceptional one. Mulligan Mint produces investment-grade Silver and Gold rounds as well as copper rounds. Their output is approximately 25,000 ounces per day. Founded in 2012, Mulligan Mint, sometimes called M2, has already set a standard for technologically advanced manufacturing, and is known for rounds in brilliant proof quality. M2 offers a selection of 1 and 5-ounce Silver rounds with a variety of unusual themes among other products.

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:

Thank you for joining APMEX in supporting local wholesalers. We believe that personal relationships are an important part of the Precious Metals industry, and while we are eager to be your valued retailer, we hope you will reach out to local companies, too. Local experts in the Precious Metals industry may be a valuable source of information and camaraderie as you continue down your path of investing and collecting.

Local City Information

    • Fort Worth, Texas Local Directory
    • Dallas, Texas Local Directory
    • Houston, Texas Local Directory
    • San Antonio, Texas Local Directory

Fort Worth, the fifth-largest city in Texas, is America’s “Cowtown.” As millions of head of cattle were driven north to market along the Chisholm Trail in the 19th century, the stop at Fort Worth stimulated immense growth in the city. This is how Fort Worth became the brawling, bustling “western” town of legend. Now, the city is also home to several Precious Metal dealers of note. Whether you seek reasonably priced bullion or exceptional rare coins, there is a coin dealer in Fort Worth ready to serve your needs.

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