Gold: $2049.40  Silver: $23.16  Platinum: $918.60  90% Junk $1 FV: $16.56  Gold/Silver Ratio: 88.49

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Cheapest Junk Silver Coins

Silver Spot Price: $23.16 per ounce
Product  Dealer  P/oz over Spot  Lowest Price 
$1 Face Value - 35% SILVER WAR NICKELS - 20 Coins APMEX
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0.98
(+4.25%)
$27.17
Kennedy 40% Silver Half Dollars - $100 Face Value eBay  
Free Shipping Available
1.31
(+5.67%)
$723.90
$10 Face Value Kennedy Half Dollars 40% Silver 20-Coin Roll APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.43
(+6.15%)
$72.72
$1000 Face Value - 90% Circulated Silver Coins Monument Metals
Free Shipping @ $199
1.68
(+7.25%)
$17,760.60
$1 Face Value 80% Canada Junk Silver Silver Gold Bull
Free Shipping @ $199
1.87
(+8.09%)
$15.02
$10 Face Value 90% Silver APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.99
(+8.59%)
$179.82
$10 Face Value 90% Washington Silver Quarters APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.99
(+8.59%)
$179.82
$5 Face Value Roosevelt 90% Silver Dimes Roll APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.99
(+8.59%)
$89.91
$50 Face Value Junk Silver APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.99
(+8.59%)
$899.11
$100 Face-Value 90% Silver Coins APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
1.99
(+8.59%)
$1,798.23
$500 FV 90% Silver Washington Quarters SD Bullion
Free Shipping @ $199
2.22
(+9.57%)
$9,071.74
90% Silver 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar 20-Coin Roll Monument Metals
Free Shipping @ $199
2.48
(+10.71%)
$183.33
$10 Face Value Standing Liberty Quarters 90% Silver APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
2.49
(+10.75%)
$183.40
Walking Liberty Half Dollars - $10 Face Value 90% Silver Monument Metals
Free Shipping @ $199
2.58
(+11.14%)
$184.04
$10 Face Value Franklin Half Dollars 90% Silver Monument Metals
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2.58
(+11.14%)
$184.04
1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollars (Random Years) eBay  
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2.69
(+11.60%)
$19.99
$1 Face Value 90% Silver Coins Silver Gold Bull
Free Shipping @ $199
2.87
(+12.38%)
$18.61
Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver - $5 Face Value Monument Metals
Free Shipping @ $199
3.01
(+13.01%)
$94.67
Canada Junk Silver Dollar Hero Bullion
Free Shipping @ $149
3.39
(+14.64%)
$15.93
$2 Face Value - 35% SILVER WAR NICKELS - 40 Coins eBay  
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3.50
(+15.12%)
$59.99
$1 Face Value 90% Silver Roosevelt Dimes Hero Bullion
Free Shipping @ $149
4.22
(+18.24%)
$19.58
$1 Face Value US Mint 40% Pure Silver Coins Silver Gold Bull
Free Shipping @ $199
4.29
(+18.53%)
$8.12
Mercury Dimes $1 FV Monument Metals
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6.34
(+27.36%)
$21.09
$10 Face Value 90% Modern Quarters - Statehood/ATB Proofs eBay  
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6.90
(+29.81%)
$214.95
Circulated Peace Dollar Culls APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
9.15
(+39.52%)
$24.99
1921 Morgan Dollar - Average Circulation APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
9.15
(+39.52%)
$24.99
Random Year Peace Dollar Silver Coin eBay  
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9.15
(+39.52%)
$24.99
1921 Morgan Silver Dollar - BU Condition Bullion Exchanges
Free Shipping @ $199
18.59
(+80.27%)
$32.29
Mexican Silver 5 Pesos 1947-1948 Cuauhtemoc eBay  
Free Shipping Available
27.49
(+118.70%)
$43.97
5 Pesetas Spanish Silver Coin eBay  
Free Shipping Available
39.05
(+168.59%)
$45.00

Cheapest Junk Silver Coins

90% Silver Coins and other junk silver coin, 40% Kennedy Half Dollars, Canadian 80% junk silver and more

The US Government issued 90% silver, 10% copper for most circulated coins through 1964. To save money, the US Mint was ordered to reduce the content to 40% silver for half dollar coins through 1971, while others were minted in clad alloys.

Junk silver can play an important role in your overall portfolio. Most frequently associated with preppers and old-timers, junk silver is one of the most versatile and flexible of all silver investment options for a number of reasons.

  • Junk Silver is naturally fractional. Each coin contains a well-known, fixed amount of silver that was established by the government when these coins were minted as currency.
  • Junk silver is familiar to most people as it looks similar to the current circulating coinage, but obviously much older. Spotting junk silver amongst modern clad coins becomes pretty easy once you understand how to quickly identify them by their characteristics.
  • Storing junk silver is as easy and simple as storing rolls of coins. Buying junk silver in increments of $5 for dimes and $10 for quarters and halfs allows you to easily store circulated coins in standard bank rolls.
  • Investor demand for junk silver is strong as ever. If you need cash, selling junk silver in face value increments is easy and simple. Online traders in social media trading forums quickly scoop up low premium 90% silver coins whenever it's offered.
  • It's easy to use for barter.