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$10 Face Value 90% Silver

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APMEX
Dealer Rating:
$179.82 $14.23
$1.99 per oz
Monument Metals
Dealer Rating:
$183.33 $17.74
$2.48 per oz
eBay (tcirishfan)Roosevelt Dimes $10 Face Value 90% Silver 2 Rolls 100 Coin Bulk Lot Collection
  

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$185.50 $19.91
$2.78 per oz
SD Bullion
Dealer Rating:
$190.30 $24.71
$3.46 per oz
Coin Exchange NY
Dealer Rating:
$196.14 $30.55
$4.27 per oz

Melt Value: $10 Face Value 90% Silver

This silver coin contains 7.150 troy ounces of bullion. Based on the metal content and weight, the intrinsic melt value of one $10 Face Value 90% Silver is $165.59 based on today's silver spot price.

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$10 Face Value 90% Silver

$10 Face Value Junk Silver

Circulated 90% Silver coins are frequently referred to as junk silver and are a simple and easy way to add more weight to your stack. Dime, Quarter and Half-Dollar coins issued by the US Mint that were minted before 1965 were made from an alloy of 90% silver (ag) and 10% copper (cu).

The natural anti-bacterial characteristics inherint in silver have made it an ideal metal for coinage throughout history. In it's purest form, it's one of the softest and most malleable metals. Metallurgists learned centuries ago that blending in a small amount of copper provides strength and durability. The US Mint began minting coins using this alloy in 1792.

These silver coins were pulled from circulation with the introduction of the copper/nickel clad coins as industrial demand for silver rose throughout the 1960s. Luckily, many of these coins were hoarded by savy people who understand the intrinsic silver value.

$10 Face Value Circulated "Junk" 90% Silver Coins Details:

  • May be a mix of quarter, dime or half dollar coins minted in 1964 or prior.
  • .900 fineness.
  • Contains approximately 7.15 troy ounces of silver.
  • Available inventory varies. 

Having different types of silver in your stack is practical and junk is the simplest and most natural form of fractional silver. Some dealers ship rolls wrapped in paper bank rolls which makes for convenient storage. Other dealers ship these coins in bags. 

These lots may contain a mix of silver quarters, dimes and half-dollars and will contain $10 Face Value of 90% silver coins minted in 1964 or earlier.

CoinSafe tubes are clear, durable plastic containers that are commonly used by investors to store and organize their coins. These tubes come in various sizes to accommodate different coin denominations and can hold a specific face value or number of coins depending on the tube size. Square tubes allow for easy stacking of 90% silver coins on a shelf or inside ammo cans.

Pre-1965 silver coins are easily identifiable by visually examining the rim, verifying the date or using the "ping test" and listening for the sound.

Most online dealers sell junk silver by face value. Each ten dollars of face value will have coins in a variety of circulated conditions. It's possible to receive some that have more wear from circulation than others.

This amount is comparable to a $10 bank roll of 90% quarters or half-dollars, or two $5 bank rolls of 90% dimes. This could be a mix of any combination of these depending on dealer inventory at order time.



$10 Face Value 90% Silver Specifications

Weight 7.15 oz
Country United States
Type Silver Coin
Mint US Mint
Year Various
Classification Historical
Purity .900 fineness


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