90% Silver Statehood/ATB Quarters 40-Coin Roll Proof

90% Silver Statehood/ATB Quarters 40-Coin Roll Proof

Any quantity only $4.79 per oz over spot!
These $10.00 face value 40-coin rolls of Proof 90% Silver Statehood and America the Beautiful Quarters are minted from 1999-2015. These proof coins feature sharp design elements.

Product Highlights:

  • Approximately 7.23 oz of 90% Silver.
  • Coins are packaged in a tightly sealed roll.
  • All coins dates range from 1999-2014.

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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 Statehood/ATB Quarters to your cart today!

Most of these coins are really nice. However, a few of them may exhibit contact marks or some form of handling imperfections. Silver Quarter rolls may come with mixed dates or include all the same date and will be of our choice based on availability.

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 these Silver Quarters

Silver, as found in 90% Silver coins, has been mined for over 5,000 years, and it has been considered a valuable resource by the many people who have come into contact with it over the years. The same way Silver quarters are used for buying and selling, ancient cultures used Silver to trade. These Silver quarters have a legal tender value of 25 cents; however, their primary value is in the 90% Silver content and their slight collectibility. Buy Silver, and own a Precious Metal that ties you to the past.

Why invest in 90% Silver coins?

Many buy these Silver Quarters as an investment, and sock them away for a “rainy day,” while others buy these collectible coins to complete their Silver Statehood coin collection or their America the Beautiful Quarters coin collection. Unlike circulated U.S. quarters, these proof Silver quarters contain .900 fine Silver, making them ideal for Silver investors. Plus, these Silver coins have a low premium over spot price, which creates the opportunity to buy Silver at a lower price point. Silver quarters are a great way for new investors to start their Precious Metals investment portfolio.

Buy these collectible Silver coins to add to your Statehood Silver or America the Beautiful collection.

When Statehood Silver Quarters were first issued in 1999 no one knew just how popular these U.S. Silver bullion coins would become. Since then, these Silver quarters have become a favorite among collectors, and the following U.S. Mint Silver quarter series, the America the Beautiful coin series, has followed suit. Buy these collectible Silver coins in a roll of 40, and you just might get the Silver quarter to complete your collection. Buying Silver coins without knowing which ones you will get adds an extra layer of excitement to the coin collecting process.

Customer Reviews of 90% Silver Statehood/ATB Quarters 40-Coin Roll Proof
90% Silver Statehood/ATB Quarters 40-Coin Roll Proof
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It is BUYIN' time! Apmex is the place!

By  Smart Money Advisor

from USA

5.0

This is a rare time. A time of unprecedented manipulation of silver prices by central banks and their minion commercial banksters. When the true-value price of physical silver easily exceeds the all-time $50 spikes of 1980 & 2011, and we can still buy material like this as cheap as it has been in recent dips, and right now for that matter; it just makes sense to grab on to as much of your FAVORITE PHYSICAL FORM of silver as you are able to, as soon as you can. NOW IS THE TIME. Don't wait any longer for the big clues, as they are gonna be in the upward direction! BUY NOW! Go do it. Clear the Apmex shelves! Any form is good, as I've never had a problem with this company. They truly perform, and have been very trustworthy. Most important point is that it DOESN'T MATTER WHICH U.S. SILVER COINS ARE YOUR FAVORITE, as all of them are your best buy! They are universally-recognized for their inherent U.S. mint value! They are not serial-numbered, or individually-identified, and are supremely liquid in natural barter situations. Great investment for the coming fiat currency ponzi scheme crash, and rush to gold and silver, AND, protection for the prepper survivalist. Grab a few rolls, or a few hundred rolls of these right away!

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)
  • Poor Condition

Good Condition or Good Variety, but not both.

By  TS

from Cincinnati

3.0

I bought 5 rolls of these, and of only my experience, these will either be in really nice condition, or will have a great variety, but not both. Two rolls were 2009 only, but were in immaculate condition (mirror finish, no scratches or tarnish). The other three had awesome variety (40/50 states, no 1999, all 6 territories), but weren't in as good of condition as I had hoped. Based on the product description, I figured there would be a certain (low) percentage that showed wear, toning, scuffs/scratches, etc., but the three rolls that had good variety all looked like they were in a bag and jostled (at least, the two rolls of 2009's were in noticeably better shape). I pulled 4 coins from these rolls that were in good enough shape to go in my State collection. Aside from that, nearly everything was State Quarters (not a negative, just informational). I only pulled 10 ATB quarters (3 unique) from the set of 5 rolls. There were also 2 pretty nice pre-1999 quarters mixed in (1961-P, 1995-S). My recommendation to anyone looking to these as a potential means of building State/ATB Proof sets (since building is, IMO, more satisfying than just buying a set outright) would be to either buy individual coins or just buy the whole set, when compared to these rolls. In the end, I'm a little underwhelmed at the overall condition. Hopefully my expectations weren't unrealistic, but I had higher hopes from the way these were described. I can't speak to the sellability since I haven't tried, but it's silver, so I'm sure I wouldn't get any less than other 90% coins. Based on condition, I think the sale interest would be the silver more than these being State Proofs. I don't regret my purchase and plan on many more with APMEX, but I probably would have spent the money differently knowing the outcome. Compared to other "junk" silver, these were a pretty good buy.

Pros

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

Cons

  • Poor Condition

Nice coins!

By  Vic B. - the gun and coin guy

from New Milford, CT

5.0

Got my silver proof quarters today and was quite pleased. Anyone thinking of buying these coins should know that, although they are uncirculated proof coins, many have very small handling marks and the occasional tarnished coin and coins with fingerprints. Not perfect coins but still very nice. For the price I'd say they are well worth the price.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

The Best Thing I EVER Bought

By  Silver Guy

from Ohio

5.0

BEAUTIFUL coins, I know you don't always get a good mix of dates, however in this roll I think there was only a few duplicates. It was like a hand picked roll, lots of ATB coins, just a couple coins in the roll that I wouldn't consider perfect coins, slight tarnish

Pros

  • Mint Condition

Cheaper than used coins

By  Smudge

from South Carolina

5.0

Didn't even look at the coins, I trust APMEX. Just dropped them into the safe. Just a quick look at the side says silver. Good deal.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand

Stay away from these!

By  Quarterman35

from Springfield, Mo

1.0

I bought these for all the reasons mentioned by other reviewers. However I have now spent almost 2 months trying to sell them to ANYONE and no one wants them, not even APMEX. The main reason I've been given by coin shops is that their customers are suspicious that they're real silver coins. It looks like I'm going to have to melt these down and make an ingot for any chance of getting my money back out of them. If you're reading this and considering investing in them, don't.

Pros

  • Attractive Design

Cons

  • Impossible To Sell

Great deal. better then oz rounds.

By  JT

from Near the Panthers, in SC

5.0

I got these as investment silver.. but better then 1 oz rounds that have some buffalo or whatever on it (I know some of those are great and some are even rare... but ..) these are true US Coins. Thus the demand is twofold. (or more) 1. Coin collectors will want them .. 2. Silver metal people want them.. .. but then you still have people who collect the State Quarters.. or just want their state.. or whatever.. so you dont have to depend on silver to hit $xx.yy for these to go up.. the price goes up based on multiple points. Then you still have the fact that these are PROOFS.. which is another whole deal.. they look incredible handle with care (try not to handle much)

Pros

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

Decent Mix, but not great mix

By  Mike

from Pacifica, CA

4.0

I bought 12 rolls. I got 31 of 50 states, the set of 6 territories, and all 5 2010 ATB. More details here 1999 - 0 coins 2000 - 3 coins 2001 - 0 coins 2002 - 4 coins 2003 - 29 coins 2004 - 114 coins 2005 - 181 coins 2006 - 96 coins 2007 - 18 coins 2008 - 0 coins 2009 - 15 coins 2010 - 20 coins 2011 onward - 0 coins They were in good shape, some had some toning on them. They certainly aren't as nice as the ones in the proof cases. I saw a few with minor damage, but nothing too notable besides the toning (California had many toned coins for some reason). The most I got of any single coin was 40 of West Virginia. I got 5 more rolls headed my way, and I imagine that'll be my last order of these. I think 1 oz coins are a bit nicer for about the same price per oz as these, but these are great too. It was interesting to mess with them for an hour...my girlfriend got mad when I kept saying stuff like 'Nevada, welcome to the party!'. Ha. If you want to complete a set after buying some rolls of these you can buy individual coins online elsewhere.

Pros

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

Cons

  • Can't Get A Full Set

Coins Look Great, bag marks on many

By  Davie Boy

from CA

4.0

These are beautiful coins. The large area of flat, smooth, and shiny finish makes them highly susceptible to bag marks. There are, however, several within the roll that will be blemish free. Out of two rolls, I was able to find 20 near perfect coins (4 sets of 5 states). Coins mostly consist of the same year within a roll and tend to have a lot of repeats. I have already made another purchase of these beautiful coins.

Pros

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

Unbelievable coins!

By  Matt

from Montana

5.0

First off, APMEX is a great business. Pricing is straightforward & shipping is very quick. I ordered on a Wednesday and they were in my mailbox on Friday. Second, these coins are drop dead gorgeous. You can look at pictures all day long and I haven't seen one yet that does these gems justice. I did get a couple with some toning, but that doesn't bother me at all. I got a pretty good mix of coins from both the state program and ATB program.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Mint Condition
  • Attractive Design

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90% Silver coins tend to hold their value when other investments falter.

Many invest in 90% Silver coins because they provide an affordable way to add a Precious Metal to investment portfolios in order to offset the potential of traditional investments like stocks and bonds faltering. Historically, the Silver price tends to move conversely to these types of investments when the economy weakens. Many investors who buy Silver plan to hold the physical asset for at least three to five years, and they take into account the Silver price history when making their decision to invest in Silver. When buying Silver, consider using the dollar cost averaging method, where you invest equally over your investments, as a conservative way to add Silver over time, allowing for shifts in the market.

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