1. U.S. Silver Eagles
These one-ounce silver coins are newly struck by the U.S. mint. They have a face value of one dollar. They have a Walking Liberty on their shimmering surface and are large beautiful coins.
2. Complete Roll Sets of U.S. Silver Eagles
Complete roll sets of U.S. Silver Eagles include one roll of coins for each year of mintage, from 1986 through 2012. There are 540 coins in this set of 27 rolls of 20. And, they are difficult to assemble.
3. Canadian Silver Maple Leafs
This one-ounce silver coin is struck by the Canadian Mint. It has the famous Canadian Maple Leaf on one side and the Queen on the other.
4. Canadian Silver Dollars
Canadian Silver Dollars are shimmering beauties in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They come 1,000 coins to a bag. Each bag contains 600 ounces of silver. They were struck from 1957 to 1967. They feature the Canadian Voyageurs and Queen Elizabeth.
5. Circulated 90% Silver Coin Bags
Up until 1965 U.S. coins were made of 90% silver. In the early 1960s people began to hoard these silver coins and remove them from circulation. In 1965 the government replaced silver coinage with clad coins. In the early 1970s the silver price rose and the silver coins were gathered together and began to trade in coin bags of $1,000 face value. They still trade today.
These bags contain 2,000 silver halves, 4,000 silver quarters or 10,000 silver dimes. The coins are Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters or Kennedy and Franklin half dollars. There are 715 ounces of silver in each coin bag. A bag weighs 56 pounds and is in the shape of a bowling ball. We ship them in half bags, registered and insured through the mail in boxes. The weight is 28 pounds.
We think these 90% silver bags, with all coins dated prior to 1965, are one of today’s best
available silver items.
Their supply could eventually dry up. If and when the silver price goes up, these coin bags will lead the way. They are hard to beat for profit potential and preservation of capital, and you can sell them back to us at any time.
6. BU Roosevelt Dimes or Washington Quarters
These brilliant uncirculated bags have 725 ounces of silver. They are generally dated in the 1960s.
7. BU Kennedy Half-Dollar Bags
These are uncirculated silver coins that were struck in 1964 only. A bag contains 725 ounces of silver. We can’t get many. A lot of these coins have been melted. This is a great way to own silver.
8. Circulated Walking Liberty Half-Dollar Bags
Circulated Walking Liberty Half-Dollars were struck from 1916 to 1947. These coins are mostly dated in the 1930s and 40s. They have some circulation wear, but a bag still contains 715 ounces of silver. Walking Liberties are a historical coin and a popular way to hold silver.
9. Circulated Mercury Dimes
Circulated Mercury Dimes were struck from 1916 until 1945. These older coins contain 715 ounces of silver in a bag.
10. BU Franklin Half Dollars
These brilliant uncirculated Franklin Half Dollars are usually dated from the 1960s. A bag contains 725 ounces of silver. Scarce!
11. Circulated Peace Dollars
These coins were struck from 1921 to 1935. Most are still bright and shiny. Dates are primarily in the 1920s. Any significant demand and the supply will dry up. A bag contains about 770 ounces of silver. These are beautiful coins and still reasonably priced.
12. Circulated Morgan Silver Dollars
Circulated Morgan Silver Dollars dated from 1878 to 1904. These dollars are available in XF and AU grade in rolls of twenty. They have slight circulation wear. Each coin contains slightly over 3/4 ounce of silver. These old cartwheels are examples of American history struck with silver from the Comstock Lode .
13. 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars
The U.S. mint also struck Morgan Dollars again in 1921. These circulated and uncirculated dollars have a lower price but are still lovely examples.
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