The largest city in Kansas, Wichita, is surrounded by some of the most productive agricultural fields in the country. Kansas is known for its wheat fields. The town was founded as a trading post in the 1860s, later becoming a destination for cattle drives traveling from Texas to the railroads, earning Wichita the nickname “Cowtown.”
Later, the town began to draw aircraft manufacturing companies such as Cessna, Boeing, and Learjet; today, Wichita is a major center of U.S. aircraft manufacturing. The city also offers a number of gold, silver, and coin dealers.
Salt City Coin LLC
326 N Main St
Hutchinson, KS 67501
Salt City Coin is a Wichita-area coin dealer specializing in hard-to-find and rare coins, particularly graded U.S. coinage. They are an NGC authorized dealer and American Numismatic Association member. Their coin inventory includes a varied selection of PCGS and NGC graded coins, high grade early U.S. coins, historical paper currency, and graded American Eagle gold coins, among many other numismatic collectibles and bullion products. A small selection can be viewed and purchased online; their full inventory is available in their Hutchinson, KS coin shop.
2903 S Chase Ave
Wichita, KS 67217
Eagle Auction is a Wichita-based auctioneer specializing in coin auctions. They hold regular auctions of rare coins, including both U.S. and foreign, high-grade and key date issues. The full catalog for each auction is posted on their website in advance of the sale. Eagle Auction is owned by auctioneer Ray Sprague and his wife Sharon. In addition to coin sales, they also conduct real estate auctions and estate sales.
Gold & Diamond Traders
4861 E Harry St.
Wichita, KS 67218
Gold & Diamond Traders is a Wichita jewelry shop specializing in fine jewelry, especially gold. They purchase all forms of precious metals, including jewelry, coins, bullion, flatware, and scrap. Established in 1989, Gold & Diamond Traders is known for offering some of the highest cash payments for gold in Wichita. The Gold & Diamond Traders jewelry shop also sells an ever-changing array of coins and bullion, with a focus on gold and a smaller selection of silver and platinum.