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Market value of silver coins?

How does one calculate the market value of US silver coins?

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To find the value of silver US coins, you must first know the spot price of silver. At the current time, silver is $16.20 per ounce. Silver dimes, quarters, and half dollars have .72 ounces per dollar face value. So, 10 dimes, 4 quarters, and 2 half dollars have .72 ounces of silver. Take the price of silver, multiplied by the .72 to arrive at the value of the silver.  NOTE: Worn coins have less silver. People that buy silver coins pay less that the value, because they have to pay for shipping and insurance to send coins in to be refined.

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