90% Junk Silver Bags

Junk silver coins are pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half-dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to 1965, the change in our pockets was made largely with silver!

90% Junk Silver Bags - Half Dollars ($100 Face, 71.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $1,575.15 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Half Dollars ($100 Face, 71.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $1,575.15 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Dimes/Quarters ($100 Face, 71.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $1,575.15 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Dimes/Quarters ($100 Face, 71.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $1,575.15 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Dimes/Quarters ($500 Face, 357.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $7,875.75 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Dimes/Quarters ($500 Face, 357.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $7,875.75 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Half Dollars ($500 Face, 357.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $7,875.75 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...

90% Junk Silver Bags - Half Dollars ($500 Face, 357.5 ozs Silver)

Volume Pricing

1+ $7,875.75 ea.

In stock

The term “junk silver coins” can be very misleading to anyone not familiar with the bullion industry. After all, how could a bag of “junk” cost thousands of dollars? Needless to say, junk silver is anything but junk. Junk silver coins are technically pre-1965 dimes, quarters, and half dollars issued by the US Mint. Prior to more...


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