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United States Silver Coins

Silver Franklin Half Dollars were released by the United States Mint beginning in 1948 and running until 1963. The coins feature an obverse image of American statesman, inventor, author and a founding father of the United States, Benjamin Franklin. The reverse of the coins depict the Liberty Bell.Franklin…
Melt Value: US$  7.405
Silver Barber Half Dollars were introduced by the United States Mint in 1892 along with new Barber Quarters and Barber Dimes.All three take their name from the fact that they were designed by the same individual, U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber. All three also showcase basically the same…
Melt Value: US$  7.405
Silver Washington Quarters were first released by the United States Mint in 1932 as part of a bicentennial celebration of the birth of the first President of the United States, George Washington. The silver versions of the quarter would be discontinued after 1964 as coinage shifted to a clad composition.…
Melt Value: US$  3.702
Silver Standing Liberty Quarters were first struck in 1916. However, those coins were not released into circulation until the following year. The quarters were produced annually from that point on through 1930 with the exception of 1922 in which none were minted. Both the obverse and reverse of the…
Melt Value: US$  3.702
Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars were initially released by the United States Mint in 1916 and appeared until 1947. Showcased on the obverse is the image of "Walking Liberty" as designed by artist Adolph A. Weinman.The reverse depicts a bald eagle. The obverse has long been considered one of the…
Melt Value: US$  7.405
Silver Barber Quarters were issued by the United States Mint from 1892-1916. The quarter-dollars take their name from the person who designed both their obverse and reverse, Charles E. Barber, the chief engraver of the United States Mint from 1880 to 1918.The U.S. Mint struck each Barber Quarter with…
Melt Value: US$  3.702
Silver Roosevelt Dimes were struck by the United States Mint less than a year after the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt who is shown on the coin’s obverse. Shown on the reverse is a torch, olive branch, and oak branch.Roosevelt Dimes remain in production today after more than sixty-five…
Melt Value: US$  1.481
Silver Mercury Dimes were introduced by the United States Mint in 1916 and were struck annually until 1945 (with the exception of three years). The silver coins are also known as Winged Liberty Head Dimes which is probably a more accurate title even if most coin enthusiasts do not routinely use it.The…
Melt Value: US$  1.481
Silver Barber Dimes were struck by the United States Mint from 1892-1916. The silver dimes were named after the artist who created both their obverse and reverse imagery, Charles E. Barber who was chief engraver of the United States Mint from 1880 to 1918.Each Barber Dime is composed of 90% silver with…
Melt Value: US$  1.481
1900 S Barber Dime Additional Info:  If you see a (s) on the reverse side of a 1900 Barber dime it was minted in San Francisco, no mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia. All dime predating 1965 are 90 silver. A 1900 s Barber in MS-65 condition can fetch roughly $400 at auction. Specification:…
Melt Value: US$  1.062
1837 Seated Liberty Dime Additional Info: There are 2 variations of this dime for 1837. There is a large date, and a small date. Both of these coins are worth about the same. The small date sometimes sells for a bit more. Specification: Type: Liberty Seated Dime Year: 1837 Mint Mark: No mint mark Face…
Melt Value: US$  1.062
 1873 S Seated Liberty Dollar Additional Info:  1873 was the last year that the liberty seated dollars were issued. The CC (Carson City) minted coins are worth much more than those with no mint mark. Additionally the United States mint records state that 700 or so of these coins were minted…
Melt Value: US$  11.361
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