90% Silver Coins ($100 Face Value, 71.5 troy ounce of fine silver)
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A mixture or one denomination of pre-1965 90% silver coins adding up to a face value of $100.00. Each face value of one hundred dollars will contain 71.5 troy ounces of fine silver.
Whether you’re a serious silver stacker or a casual collector, U.S. junk silver coins are a convenient way to preserve your wealth. When looking at silver coins for sale don't be fooled into thinking that this is junk. Junk silver is a term used for any silver coin that is or was legal tender and has no collectible value above the silver it contains.
Any combination of 90% US junk silver coins which have a face value of $100.00 contains 71.5 troy ounces of 99.9% silver.
Prior to 1965, US Coins, including dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars were composed of 90% pure silver. The composition of America’s coinage, the one-hundred and seventy-three year tradition of silver coinage, was eradicated when President Johnson signed the Coinage Act of 1965 into law.
Shortly before signing the Coinage Act of 1965 he spoke to Congress, “If we had not done so, we would have risked chronic coin shortages in the very near future.” President Johnson also stated, “Our uses of silver are growing as our population and our economy grows. The hard fact is that silver consumption is now more than double new silver production each year. So, in the face of this worldwide shortage of silver, and our rapidly growing need for coins, the only really prudent course was to reduce our dependence upon silver for making our coins.”
The comments President Johnson made to congress in 1965 implied the reason for making this drastic change to US coinage was the scarcity of silver due to increasing industrial usage and sluggish mining output. However, the gradual effects of inflation in the economy and the imminent effects on silver prices cannot be ignored as a factor which contributed to the signing of the Coinage Act of 1965.
Pre-1965 US Silver coins ease of use with trade, lower premiums, and their familiarity make them a desired method for collecting silver. Although it’s getting more difficult by the day to find these in your vending machine change, you’re now able to purchase assorted face increments of this junk silver through our secure ordering system. You will receive a combination at our discretion of these 90% silver dimes, quarters, or half dollars when making your purchase.
Common junk silver coins include:
Kennedy Half Dollar (1964)
Franklin Half Dollar (1948 – 1963)
Walking Liberty Half Dollar (1916 – 1947)
Washington Quarter (1932, 1934 – 1964)
Mercury Dime (1916 - 1945)
Roosevelt dime (1946 - 1964)
A great place to find an old coin's value can be processed through PCGS, an Amagi partner in the numismatic world.
Our Junk Silver Prices are some of the lowest on the market.
Whening asking "Where's the best place to find 90% junk silver coins for sale?", It's hard to beat Amagi.
Stacker tip: Don't ever let change leave your hand without double checking. You never know when there will be a silver quarter from 1963 worth far more than $.25 sitting in that pile of change.
|Mint / Brand||US Mint|
|Composition||.90 (90% Silver)|
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