90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters 40-Coin Roll (w/Dates)

90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters 40-Coin Roll (w/Dates)

Any quantity only $8.49 per oz over spot!
Full date Standing Liberty Quarters are highly desirable because the dates on the early years (1916-1924) wore off quickly making full date coins even more collectible. The date was recessed in 1925 to help solve the problem.

Product Highlights:

  • Approximately 7.15 oz of 90% Silver.
  • Coins are packaged in a tightly sealed roll or a plastic tube.
  • All coins are dated 1916-1930 (mostly in the late 20s).

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These rolls are a great way to add Silver to any investment portfolio. Add several $10 Face-Value Rolls of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters to your cart today!

Pre-1965 90% Silver coins, sometimes referred to as junk Silver or scrap Silver, are a great way to start your Silver investments. These Silver coins were pulled from circulation with the introduction of copper/nickel clad coins and the rising demand of Silver. The public saved them for their 90% Silver content as a rainy day fund they can fall back on.

The history of Standing Liberty Quarters

These 90% Silver coins were minted by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1930, and the Silver coins replaced the Barber Quarter, which had been minted since 1892. Before going into production, these Silver coins went through several design changes based on Hermon Atkins MacNeil's initial design. The first Standing Liberty Quarter design showed a bare-breasted Lady Liberty on guard from attack, but during the last revision of the design, MacNeil added a chain mail vest to her attire. The reverse of the Silver quarters, which feature an eagle in flight, remained basically the same throughout the revisions with the exception of where the stars surrounding the eagle were placed.

Why invest in Standing Liberty Quarters?

Many invest in 90% Silver coins because their low premium over the Silver spot price makes it easier to acquire more Silver for less. These Silver coins, sometimes referred to as junk Silver, are anything but junk as they are very valuable for their Silver content. Buy this roll of Standing Liberty Quarters, and add 7.15 oz of .900 fine Silver to your Silver holdings. When you buy Silver coins, you are buying a Precious Metal that tends to retain its value even when other investments like stocks and bonds falter.

Invest in 90% Silver coins, made with the same Silver in demand for green technologies.

Hold 90% Silver coins in your hand and you are holding a Precious Metal that is in demand for green technologies. The metal in Silver coins is used to make solar panels, and adding Silver to windows can cut down on how much sunlight is allowed in, thus reducing air conditioning bills. Silver, like that in Silver quarters, is also used in nanotechnology to combat harmful bacteria because Silver is naturally antibacterial, and its use in products like fabrics and appliances can help reduce the use of toxic chemicals for cleaning. When you buy Silver, keep in mind the Silver price is affected by the demand for the Precious Metal by emerging green technologies.

Customer Reviews of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters 40-Coin Roll (w/Dates)
90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters 40-Coin Roll (w/Dates)
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(based on 21 reviews)

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All Good

By  Bobby

from FL

5.0

Good buy! They sent quality coins.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)

"With dates" is debatable

By  leonidas

from las vegas

3.0

Half the roll has dates that you can barely see or not see at all. overall not in great condition. I expect better from apmex because everything else is quality

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell

Cons

  • Poor Condition

Only dates

By  christmaszorro

from Simi Valley, CA

2.0

Misleading images. Most are worn to high heaven, but the date is there (barely). Also, received some cull pieces with holes and major dents. Not happy with purchase.

Pros

  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)
  • Poor Condition

nice variety 20s and 30s

By  H

from Fridley, MN

5.0

I didn't have any standing liberty quarters in my collection and like the design. overall a good product I had 2 that didn't have a full date I was easily able to trade these out with no problems and received 2 with full dates. very happy with customer service.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

Standing Liberty Quarters as described if not better.

By  Dennis

from Maine

5.0

All 40 coins are in good condition and are as described if not better. All have readable dates. I am very pleased with my purchase from APMEX.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell
  • Recognized Brand

AG/G coins primarily with three culls. Not worth premium.

By  Mike

from Springfield, MO.

2.0

Poor value for price paid. At a minimum, coins should be good/better with no culls. Penny wise on this roll but pound foolish on future orders.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)

As advertised

By  D.W.

from Rochester NY

4.0

I just got a roll of these quarters. As with the roll of Mercury dimes, the roll was a bit short so I disassembled them to ensure I was getting the full 40 quarters. Good on that count. The majority of these quarters are in either About Good or Good condition, and yes they have full dates. The catch is there are no pre-1925 coins--before then, the date was subject to quick wear so coins in Fine condition could be missing a date. They recessed the dates in 1925 so coins in About Good could still have full dates. A few were in nice condition, including one that appeared to be in VF or XF condition. Notably, they are thinner than Washington quarters, accounting for the shorter roll (even the one in VF was thinner). Possibly a shallower design accounts for this. As with the Mercury dimes, there were two surprises. This time, I found two Barber quarters dated 1908. Those quarters were in rather lousy condition. While they are older quarters with a higher collector value, this means they are underweight and having less silver than the Standing Liberty quarters in Good or better (especially the ones in Fine or better). If you are just looking for ounces, I suggest sticking with Washington quarters. Yes, the majority will be in the 1960s, particularly the common 1964. That also means they are more likely to be in XF or AU condition. (They are also cheaper to boot.) However, as I recommend making a hobby out of this project of preparing for hyperinflation, having a few rolls of these quarters helps. Just do not expect most of them to be in AU condition, and do not expect a lot of 1916-24 quarters.

Pros

  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

Full date = one or two digits on a few.

By  JoggingLiberty

from FL

3.0

The condition of the coins being pretty poor is to be expected and I have no issue with that. Several of my coins received were actually missing a "full date" as advertised. Although a majority do have the full date completely visible, I would have expected all of the coins to be this way. I received nothing earlier than 1925, which is fine but I wish that was also advertised. I guess "year and mint mark of our choosing" means nothing before 1925. This was my first purchase from Apmex. I had been looking at buying some other junk silver but I may be more reserved about it now after this purchase and Apmex's awkward live chat session (about the missing dates) I was a part of. I hope this review helps some of you if you're considering these coins. Don't get me wrong, they're are some nice coins in here, but I shouldn't have to write a claim about my purchase because coins were obviously just thrown into a roll with little consideration for what they were advertised as.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)
  • Not Full Dates
  • Poor Condition

Poor condition many without dates

By  Scooter

from Worcester Ma.

2.0

Disappointed with the condition. I expected all coins to have full dates. Many coins were almost slick and about 75% had just the last digit visible. Not sure why these coins carry a high price relative to other coins from the same time period that are in better condition.

Cons

  • Poor Condition

OK

By  jeremy

from michigan

3.0

If you are just looking for SLQ's with dates, these are ok. A couple have dates that are barely legible. Most of the coins were good or less. All were from 1925-1930. Only 4 had mintmarks. I guess I had higher expectations. Glad they were on special with free shipping when I bought them

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