90% US Silver Coins
90% Silver Coins $1 Face-Value
$5 Face Value - 90% Constitutional Silver Coins
Mercury Dimes 90% Silver 50 Coin Roll $5 Face Value Avg. Circ.
Barber Dimes 90% Silver 50 Coin Roll $5 Face Value Avg. Circ.
Roosevelt 90% Silver Dimes 100 Coins $10 Face Value Avg. Circ.
Washington Quarters $10 Face Value 90% Silver Roll Of 40 Coins
Franklin Halves 90% Silver 20 Coin Roll $10 Avg. Circ.
Halves Walking Liberty $10 90% Silver 20 Coin Roll Avg. Circ
1964 Kennedy Halves $10 90% Silver 20 Coin Roll Avg. Circ
1964 Kennedy Halves $10 90% Silver 20 Coin Roll BU
Barber Half Dollars $10 90% Silver Roll Of 20 Coins Avg. Circ.
Barber Quarters $10 Face Value 90% Silver Roll Of 40 Coins
US Junk silver coins are coins that were minted in the United States prior to 1965 and contain a certain amount of silver content. These coins were commonly used in circulation for everyday transactions, but due to their silver content, they have become a popular choice for investors interested in buying silver bullion.
Some examples of US Junk silver coins include:
- Mercury dimes (minted between 1916-1945)
- Roosevelt dimes (minted between 1946-1964)
- Washington quarters (minted between 1932-1964)
- Walking Liberty half dollars (minted between 1916-1947)
- Franklin half dollars (minted between 1948-1963)
- Kennedy half dollars (minted between 1964)
These coins are referred to as "Junk" because they have no collectible value and their worth is based solely on their silver content. However, their silver content is not always 100% pure as some coins contain a small amount of copper or other metals.
Junk silver coins can be purchased in bags, rolls, or individual coins from coin dealers, online marketplaces, and private sellers. They are a popular choice for investors who want to own physical silver in a more affordable and convenient form than larger bullion bars or coins.