Unlike silver coins, silver bullion bars are first and foremost an industrial product. They are intended to be used as a storage means and are consider a trading medium. They are very liquid, but should be purchased strictly as an investment and not used for bartering purposes.
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1878 – 1921 Silver Morgan Coin Dollars are 90% silver, and is classified as “junk silver” read more about junk silver. Silver Morgan coins are some of the most valuable silver coins. Some think of silver as “junk” because it is a common metal without the high-dollar value of gold. In fact, investing in silver […]
1932 – 1964 Silver Quarters are 90% silver. These silver quarters along with many other silver coins are classified as “junk silver“, read more about junk silver as an investment. Junk Silver is simply a silver coin that has been used in circulation but now is sold for its silver content instead of the face […]
In World War Two, congress was rationing many commodities. Nickel was rationed because of the use in armor plating. On October 8th, 1942, Congress ordered the United States Mint to remove nickel from the five-cent pieces.
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