The New England state of Vermont is among the smallest and least populous states. The only New England state not bordering the Atlantic Ocean, it became a U.S. State in 1791, making it the first outside the 13 original colonies. Today, Vermont is the country’s top producer of maple syrup.
Below is a list of local precious metals dealers in Vermont, including directions to each local shop.
Martin’s Coins, one of Vermont’s best-known coin shops, offers U.S. and foreign coins and paper currency. The shop has coins priced from a few cents to tens of thousands of dollars. The owner, John Martin, has years of experience with numismatic coins as well as counterfeit detection, and is committed to ensuring his customers are able to make informed buying decisions.
The authenticity of every coin sold here is guaranteed forever. Martin’s Coins buys single coins, coin collections, jewelry, and scrap gold. A small selection of their items can be purchased online.
1525 Shelburne Rd.
South Burlington, VT 05403
Puro’s Coins & Jewelry, also known as Vermont Coins, specializes in historical U.S. coins. They also offer pre-1933 gold coins, proof and mint sets, modern commemorative coins, and Canadian currency. A selection of their coins can be found online and on their website. Puro’s Coins also buys and trades coins with individual collectors. They also buy silverware, jewelry, and scrap gold. Puro’s Coins is a PCGS and NGC authorized dealer, and is a member of the ANA.
38 Strongs Avenue
Rutland, VT 05701
Established in 1975, International Coins & Currency carries a large inventory of U.S. and foreign coins, with a focus on proof and mint sets, modern coins, and bullion. Every item is hand-selected for quality; International Coins carries a wide array of PCGS and NGC graded coins.
Many of ICC’s coins can be purchased from their website. Every item is guaranteed to be authentic and to match the grade it is sold as, and backed by a 30-day refund guarantee.
62 Ridge Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
Vermont Coin’s selection includes silver dollars, NGC and PCGS graded coins, 90% silver US coinage, paper currency, cents and type coins, and bullion. They also carry gold jewelry and sterling silver. Vermont Coin & Jewelry buys all U.S. and foreign coins and paper currency, and gold, silver, and platinum bullion, jewelry, and scrap. Previously located on Shelburne Road, they recently moved to a larger and more convenient space in the Blue Mall. They are a PCGS and NGC authorized coin dealer.
150 Dorset St.
South Burlington, VT 05403
This collectible and coin shop specializes in U.S. coinage. In addition to a wide assortment of 19th century and early 20th century collectibles, they carry historical United States coins and coin sets. Route 5 has been buying and selling coins for more than two decades, and offers free appraisals on U.S. coins.
Route 5 are constantly buying rare and collectible coins from individuals. This shop is known for hidden treasures; check back often to see the coins they’ve recently added to the ever-changing selection.
277 Main Street, Route 5
Lyndonville, VT 05851
Thank you for reading our guide to gold and silver buying in Vermont. If you know of any other coin or bullion shops in VT, please contact us so we can update our directory.