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90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $1 Face Value$25.54
90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $25 Face Value$482.59
90% Silver Coins – Mixed Halves – $25 Face Value$590.55
90% Silver Coins – Dimes – $25 Face Value$629.52
90% Silver Barber Half-Dollars $1 Face Value – Good/Very Good Condition$36.15
90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $100 Face Value$1,950.73
90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $250 Face Value$4,752.32
90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $500 Face Value$9,493.64
90% Silver Coins – Mixed – $1000 Face Value$19,047.28
90% Silver Coins – Dimes – $100 Face Value$1,911.73
90% Silver Coins – Dimes – $250 Face Value$4,779.32
90% Silver Coins – Dimes – $500 Face Value$9,558.64
U.S. Silver Coins Pre-1965
Prior to 1965, American Silver Coins were made of 90% silver (and 10% copper). This includes all United States quarters, dimes, half dollars, and silver dollars dated 1964 or earlier. In non-bullion silver coins, these are the most valuable coins due to the higher silver content.
U.S. Silver Coins 1965-1969
Dimes and standard quarters released in 1965 or later include no real silver, and are instead copper-nickel clad coins.
The notable U.S. silver coin in this era is the Half Dollar, which includes 40% silver. By 1971, these coins also become copper-nickel clad coins.
90% U.S. Silver Coins
Before ending the 90% silver coins in 1965 due to the rising cost of silver, there was a wide variety of coins produced. Perhaps the most sought after of these coins in the Kennedy Half Dollar, which started production in 1964. This meant that there was just 1 year’s worth of these coins produced with 90% silver.
Other popular 90% U.S. Silver Coins include the following:
- Barber Dimes/Quarters
- Franklin Half Dollars
- Mercury Dimes
- Morgan Dollars
- Walking Liberty Half Dollars
- Washington Quarters
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