$1000 Face Value Silver Half Dollars
Junk silver dollars and junk silver bags are still means to invest in precious metals. American junk silver coins are common and are an easy way to collect junk silver bullion. We offer a wide selection of junk silver coins.
Silver coins that are valued for their silver content alone are called “junk silver coins”. This informal term is prevalent in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Canada and refers to those silver coins that are in good condition but have no collectible or numismatic value above the bullion value of the amount of silver that they are made of. People looking for a low premium method to invest in silver contains can find such coins to be a good way to invest in silver, especially in small amounts. Unlike what many people think about junk silver that it is nothing more than scrap silver, the actual truth is different. The word “junk” only refers to the fact these coins have no value as collectibles but the word in no way makes a statement about the actual condition of these coins.
Usually, the standard for measuring precious metals is troy ounces (ozt). For silver, the spot price refers to the price that a troy ounce of silver, which is 999 fine or 99.9-percent pure, will fetch. The silver-alloy content of junk-silver coins can vary between the ranges of to 90% and 35% or sometimes, even more. When people talk about “coin silver”, they usually refer to silver U.S. coins that were minted with 90% silver alloy.
Most 90% silver U.S. coins having US$1.00 as their face value contain 99.9% silver in 0.715 troy ounces (the amount is 0.7234 troy ounces if uncirculated), except for the Morgan and Peace silver dollars, which come with silver content of .7736 troy ounces.90% Silver Price: $20,233.05