West VirginiaWest Virginia broke away from Virginia during the Civil War, becoming a state in 1863. Nicknamed the Mountain State, this Appalachian state is known for its mountains, which offer a wide array of outdoor recreational opportunities, such as hiking and mountain biking. The state’s biggest industries include logging and coal mining; nearly 75% of West Virginia’s land is covered by forests.

Local Gold and Silver Dealers in West Virginia

Below is a list of local Precious Metals dealers in West Virginia:

The Bronze Look, LLC.

311 Mercer Street
Princeton, WV 24740

We always offer a varying collection of estate jewelry to include Gold and Silver items. We do buy unwanted or inherited Gold/Silver/diamonds with proper documentation. Our walls are covered with fine art by a select group of local artists and then complemented by artists that are known across the United States as the best in their subject matter. The gallery features art glass manufactured by WV companies Fenton and Blenko. To complement the gallery, a selection of Gold/Silver bullion and a select group of coins/currency is always available for either the collector or the investor. Special orders are always welcomed and we easily ship across the United States.

Thank you for reading our guide to Gold and Silver buying in West Virginia. If you know of any other coin or bullion shops in WV, please contact us so we can update our directory.

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