- Are Gold and Silver Recognized as Legal Tender? - No.
- Sales Tax Laws on Gold and Silver - Arkansas levies sales tax on all precious metals transaction.
- Is Capital Gains Tax Levied on Gold and Silver? - Yes.
- Do the State’s Laws Allow for a State Bullion Depository? - No.
- Does the State Hold Gold and Silver Reserves? - No.
- Does the State Hold Physical Gold and/or Silver in Government Pension Funds? - No.
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For Cash or Smaller Transactions Visit These Vetted-Local Gold and Silver Dealers in AR
If you are looking for gold and silver dealer or coin shops in specific cities located in state of Arkansas be sure to check out our other local coin shop pages:
The Coin & Stamp Shop
107 Main Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Located in Little Rock, The Coin & Stamp Shop is an authorized US Mint dealer, so they are able to offer US Mint silver and gold bullion coins for sale directly from the mint. This shop is known for fair prices, especially on gold and silver bullion. The sales tax rate here is 7.5%; while this is fairly high when compared with other states, it is on the low side for Arkansas, making Little Rock among the most economical places to buy gold and silver in the state.
The Oxford Company
P.O. Box 5860
Fort Smith, AR 72913
One of the largest coin dealers in Arkansas, The Oxford Company offers everything from rare ancient coins to reasonably priced silver bullion. They are a PCGS authorized dealer. They sell to individual buyers, and also offer bulk and wholesale pricing.
Mcintire Rare Collectibles
8 Crestview Plaza
Jacksonville, AR 72076
Mcintire Rare Collectibles, also known as Mcintire Coins, has been in business for more than four decades. Coin collectors in central Arkansas know they can trust Mcintire whether buying or selling rare coins, precious metal bullion, jewelry, or antiques. Mcintire Rare Collectibles is a certified appraiser and authorized PCGS dealer known for offering a wide selection of rare coins.
In particular, they offer Civil War coins, proof and uncirculated coins, modern commemorative issues, and gold and silver bullion coins. McIntire also buys gold jewelry and other forms of precious metal scrap. This shop is a US Mint authorized dealer, so they are able to offer US bullion coins straight from the mint. Note that Jacksonville has a 9% sales tax rate when local taxes are included.
711 Garrison Avenue
Fort Smith, AR 72901
DBKJ Numismatics is among the best-known Arkansas coin shops. Whether you are a new collector or experienced buyer, the staff will take the time to help you find what you are looking for, providing accurate information and knowledgeable service.
They are particularly well-known for offering a wide selection at every price level. DBKJ will buy single coins and collections, and also provides appraisals. The shop is active in the local numismatic community; they have a booth at most coin shows throughout the state. Note that the Fort Smith sales tax rate is a total of 9.25%.
Towson Gold Silver & Coin
5324 Towson Ave
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Among the newest coin dealers in Arkansas, Towson opened in 2010. They have already expanded to four locations throughout the state, offering a wide range of services including purchasing gold and silver scrap, bullion, and coins.
Towson Gold Silver & Coin offers free valuations, and is known for offering reasonable prices whether you’re buying or selling. Note that while the selection available in-store is fairly small, they can provide a wider range of gold, silver, and platinum bullion within 24-48 hours, and also sell coins through eBay. The sales tax rate in Fort Smith is 9.25%.
Northeast Arkansas Coin Company
2711 S Caraway Rd # A
Jonesboro, AR 72401
Northeast Arkansas Coin Company is a small but highly rated local coin shop in Jonesboro. Look here for gold, silver, and platinum bullion bars, rounds, and coins, along with coin collecting supplies and related items. Jonesboro charges a 1.5% local sales tax, bringing the total tax rate to 7.5%.