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  1. 1 Ounce Silver American Eagle 2023

    1 Ounce Silver American Eagle 2023

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    Considered the standard of nationally minted bullion coins, the $1 American Silver Eagle is a one troy ounce, 99.9% pure silver coin that is also considered legal tender in the United States. The obverse of the coin features "Walking Liberty", designed by Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse features a modified U.S. Seal and Motto, along with the weight and purity. The date of this coin is 2023. Learn More
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    $34.39

  2. 1 Ounce Silver American Eagle (Random Year)

    1 Ounce Silver American Eagle (Random Year)

    Available

    Considered the standard of nationally minted bullion coins, the $1 American Silver Eagle is a one troy ounce, 99.9% pure silver coin that is also considered legal tender in the United States. The obverse of the coin features "Walking Liberty", designed by Adolph A. Weinman. Dates on the coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand. *Note: Like any silver product, back dated coins may have toning or spotting. This does not effect the value of the bullion. Learn More
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    $35.04

  3. U.S. 90% Pre-1965 Silver Coinage (Dimes and/or Quarters, in Increments of $1 Face Value)

    U.S. 90% Pre-1965 Silver Coinage (Dimes and/or Quarters, in Increments of $1 Face Value)

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    U.S. 90% silver dimes and/or quarters (our choice). These coins were minted by the United States government for general circulation, in the days when our money was still commodity-based. They are composed of 90% pure silver, and 10% copper for hardness.

    These coins are in circulated condition and you may find some coins that are quite worn. Due to the amount of wear that we typically find in bags of 90% silver coins, we price these coins based on a calculation of 0.715 ounce of pure silver per $1.00 face value. However, coins in their original, uncirculated condition contain 0.723 ounce of pure silver.

    Minted by the the Denver, Philadelphia, and San Francisco Mints until 1964, these are an extremely popular and convenient way to purchase and hold silver. (Each $1 Face Value contains either 4 quarters or 10 dimes, and approximately 0.715 ounce of pure silver). Learn More
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    $20.58

  4. 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar VG+

    1921 Morgan Silver Dollar VG+

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    The 1921 Morgan Dollars were an essential tool for the Allies winning WWI. During 1918 the British government had run into a silver shortage which could have led to revolts in their territories. To fill this gap the US aided the British with the passage of the Pittman Act, which forced the US Mint to buy silver at $1 an ounce after the war. This was to replace the 270 million silver dollars melted in aid of the British. Shortly after the war in 1920 the price of silver crashed as low as 53ยข an ounce and the US Mint was still required to buy at $1 an ounce. To make use of all this silver Mint Director George T Morgan recreated his famous dollar design, however this go around there was no intention to create beautiful coins. Nearly 91 million Morgan Dollar coins were produced in 1921, however some estimate 85% of the original mintage has been melted and repurposed over the years. Each coin contains .7734 oz of silver. Individual coins come in protective flips. Multiples of 20 are shipped in plastic tubes. Learn More
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    $31.90

  5. 90% Silver Half Dollars (Circulated - In Increments of $1 Face Value)

    90% Silver Half Dollars (Circulated - In Increments of $1 Face Value)

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    $1 Face Value of U.S. 90% silver halves (our choice). Each one Dollar's $1 face value contains approximately 0.715 ounces of pure silver. Learn More
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    $21.12

  6. 90% US Silver BU Roosevelt Dimes (In Increments of $1 Face Value)

    90% US Silver BU Roosevelt Dimes (In Increments of $1 Face Value)

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    90% Silver US Dimes in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Years may vary. Sold per dollar face (10 dimes). Learn More
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    $24.52

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