90% Silver Coins - $100 Face-Value Bag
|Metal Content:||71.5 troy oz|
Any quantity only $3.49 per oz over spot!
90% Silver coins circulated in the United States for almost 175 years. These pre-1964 dated Silver coins are now a favorite of collectors and investors alike due to the value of Silver.
- Approximately 71.5 oz of 90% Silver.
- Coins come packaged in a heavy duty canvas bag.
- Each $100 bag of 90% Silver coins contains only one denomination of Dimes, Quarters, or Half Dollars (Our choice).
- All coins are dated 1964 and prior.
The value of smaller bags of 90% Silver are a great starting point for new or experienced investors or collectors. Add several $100 Face-Value Bags of 90% Silver Coins to your cart today!
Dates and denominations you receive will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
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.
Compare Silver prices history to the dollar, the stock market and other investments, and you'll begin to see the advantage of rounding out your portfolio with Precious Metals. Junk Silver and other Precious Metal coins and bullion hold their value when currency and other investments dip. Junk Silver coins are an easy way to start collecting Silver coins for investments. Junk Silver value holds strong and costs are kept at minimum because there is little to no numismatic value for these U.S. Mint coins. But many don't stop at junk Silver – they begin to collect highly pure Silver and Gold or start a Precious Metals IRA, which is a Self Directed IRA that helps protect against major financial shocks.
When you discover the value of junk Silver, you'll know it is anything but trash. Junk Silver coins are the best Silver investments because these U.S. Mint coins are dated before 1965 when Silver content was at 90% – and generally these coins have no collector value, meaning you're not paying an extra premium for numismatic value. As a result, junk Silver value offers a stable investment in a Precious Metal that holds worth, as you'll see from viewing the Silver prices history – even when the stock market, the dollar and other investments tank.
These U.S. Mint coins include 71.5 ounces of 90% Silver coins in a bag and are just the beginning of our extensive junk Silver coins. Our junk Silver coins also include Silver Dollar Coins, 40% Silver like the popular Silver Kennedy Half Dollars, and 35% Silver war nickels. The junk Silver value of these coins varies depending on Silver content and whether there is any collector value. As you analyze Silver prices history, you'll discover that this Precious Metal makes a good investment – and storage can be easy with help from the Citadel Global Depository Services maximum-security facility, a wholly-owned subsidiary of APMEX.
As you collect junk Silver, don't be surprised if you begin to be drawn to collecting other U.S. Mint coins. Junk Silver coins are a great investment, but so are collector coins that have more than junk Silver value. The collector U.S. Mint coins and other minted coins also offer beautiful designs often created by some of the best artists of their day or inspired by them. Looking at Silver prices history will give you some insight into these collector coins' value, but there is more to these Silver coins. The collector Silver coins are often iconic American images that you can display with pride, whether you collect American Eagles or Buffalo Rounds.